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Liverpool Chamber Online – The Year In Review December 19, 2007

Posted by liverpoolchamber in 2008, Capital of Culture 2008, Chamber Services, Liverpool, News, Services, Technology, World Wide Web.
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A Relaxed cat on a LaptopThis time of year just wouldn’t be right without some lists looking back over the past twelve months. So to avoid being left out, here’s a little look at how Liverpool Chamber got on online in 2007:

  • Liverpool Chamber’s main website had over 382,200 unique visitors
  • Over 1,201,700 page views
  • An average of 1,134 visits a day
  • An average of 3,565 page views a day
  • Our most popular pages were from the Members’ Directory (where all members can be found by potential customers)
  • We took over 400 online event bookings and membership applications
  • Our fantabulous free e-newsletter is now received by over 7,000 people a week (you can sign up in the box to the right or here on our main site)
  • This blog has had over 50,770 visitors
  • The blog now contains nearly 700 stories in 47 different categories

2008 promises to be an even more exciting year for Liverpool Chamber. As well as playing an important role in Liverpool’s Capital of Culture celebrations, we will be continuing to improve the range and quality of services we provide our members. We will also be launching a brand new website with lots of new and exciting online functions. These will make it even easier for you to do business with us and your customers.

So a big thanks to everyone who has visited us and supported us this year. We’ll try and do even better in 2008.

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