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The blog continues to attract high traffic

February 13, 2010

Earlier this week we published a post on the incredible traffic our blog was receiving. The consolidation of our blog pages as the single most important source of information on the situation at Leeds became apparent over the week, which has become the single most busy week in the blog’s life. See the graphics below for the busiest stories this week, and the sustained level of traffic over the week. Yesterday was the busiest day on the blog by far, with more than 400 more hits (at 1373 by the end of day) than the highest ever before (which was November 18, the day of the Rudding Park blog)

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The last week on the blog - Yesterday's post on Lord Mandelson gave the highest hit count ever for one day

The week’s top stories were:

People leaving messages of support
Lord Mandelson asks University of Leeds to put job cuts on hold
Leeds Students tell UCU what they think
If they say something often enough, will people believe it?
Strike action at the University of Leeds has been confirmed by the UCU
Overwhelming support for strike action
Message from Malcolm Povey
What we asked for

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