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Website traffic surpasses expectations



A Look Behind The Numbers!

The numbers keep growing and we are working overtime to keep up with the demand.

The Walking Horse Report On Line has surpassed our wildest expectations and continues to grow at an astonishing rate.  This year's Celebration promises to tax our resources as never before as we have had unprecedented interest leading up to the show.

The latest week of statistics available (August 1 - 7) tells the story.  During those seven days our site had 372,664 hits from 18,009 visitors with Monday being the busiest with 71,815 hits from 2,778 visitors. Each visit averaged over 7 minutes in length, considered a long time in Internet activity.


The slowest day of activity on our site - Sunday - we still had almost 2,000 people access the site and we averaged 53,238 hits each day.

And Internet users apparently never sleep.  The fewest number of visitors in a one hour time period was between 3:00 AM - 4:00 Am when 103 people accessed the site.  Between Midnight and 7:00 AM, we had 1,572 visitors, or almost 9% of our traffic.  Bottom line, the site had traffic virtually every hour of every day.        

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