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Half a million visit Cyprus property news

I NEVER imagined when I launched the magazine in May 2008 that it would turn out to be quite so popular. I would like to thank all of you who have made it the most popular Cyprus property information web site on the Internet.

Half a million is nothing like the number of visitors achieved by the likes of Google, Facebook and YouTube. But for a small, independent website with no paid staff or budget focusing on a very small niche market, it is quite an achievement to be listed in the Google Top 10.

Nearly half of our visitors find us while searching the Internet, while a further third reach us from other websites that link to us.

Perhaps not surprisingly, the most searched for name in our database since the start of the year has been “Orams”, which has accounted for 81% of all new visitors to our site since then.

Since it first appeared, the magazine has undergone two major facelifts and some minor adjustments designed to improve our readers’ experience. And we are gradually adding more features and facilities, such as the ability for visitors to comment on the articles we publish that we introduced yesterday.

Statistics

  • Total visitors: 513,005
  • Visitors this week: 7,073
  • Pages viewed this week: 16,678
  • Visitors so far today (19:00): 1,876
  • Peak day 19th January: 3,141 visitors

Our next target is to achieve a million visitors by the end of this year.

6 COMMENTS

  1. I Find I can trust your comments and Articles ,also your updates on Title Deeds ,are most enjoyable ,
    If only the Cypriots can listen and learn ,our Island would not be in the Mess that it is at the moment . thanks again Nigel ,

    Kind Regards Maxwell

  2. thanks nigel for the time and effort that you put into the magazine.
    the reason i think it’s so popular is that your editorial is balanced and impartial.
    as someone that has invested in cyprus i appreciate that you have a great love for the island and your intelligent articles are like being informed by a property developer or government official on truth drugs.i.e. how things really are instead of the tinted glasses view.
    i really appreciate your reports as they give me a sense of being on cyprus which is re-assuring when you have a lot of money tied up in the now very long term.

  3. Congratulations, well done and keep up the good work, I get notifications and up-dates on line (ed@cjh.ie) and find it a most valuable source if information. Again well done and thanks.

    Eddie Smyth.

  4. Well done………all the best for your next 500,000

    Keep the good work up as yours is the only mag that I would trust. WE NEED YOU.

    Andy

  5. Well done Nigel!!

    Have only recently subscribed but have always read it.

    Its much better than the Newspapers and usually one step ahead of them.

    I think without realising it you may well have become a new Cyprus legend.

    Lyn

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