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ACP Website – (Information from Google Analytics)
From time to time remarks are made by some visitors to the site about the lack of interaction by members in the comments section.
While this may be accurate, and there are any number of reasons why people may not wish to comment, it seems that the site is widely viewed as is evident from the figures below which are extracted from Google Analytics.
Even if people don’t respond via the comments section the content of articles are viewed extensively.
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 01 January* to 23 January 2017
*Due to a software security error our site was offline from 31 December 2016 until 03 January   2017
Sessions    62,598
Total number of Sessions within the date range. A session is the period time a user is actively engaged with your website.
Users   29,728
Users that have had at least one session within the selected date range. Includes both new and returning users.
Pageviews   172,937
Pageviews is the total number of pages viewed. Repeated views of a single page are counted.
Origin of Users; top ten
        Country                Sessions       % Sessions
1  United States                14,966            23.85%
2. Ireland                           11,286            17.98%
3. United Kingdom           8,785             14.00%
4. Philippines                    4,025                6.41%
5. Nigeria                           3,226                 5.14%
6. India                               2,952                4.70%
7. Canada                           2,587                 4.12%
8. Australia                        1,893                 3.02%
9. Kenya                             1,774                  2.83%
10. South Africa                1,010                  1.61%

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  1. Lloyd Allan MacPherson says:

    Those who wish to interact will. Those who prefer not to interact are under no obligation. 30K users in that time-frame is an impressive statistic but then again, what is happening on this site is some of the most important social activism any of us has seen in our lifetimes.
    There is a strength in numbers but only if acted on with the right intention and with an eye on extending the network’s reach. Jesus proved you can do a lot with a dozen people who are committed to an ideal especially at a time when many are looking for a better way forward – Laudato si identifies the way forward for us.
    With 1000, the possibilities are endless but it’s nothing more than a start to the journey to convert 400,000 I would imagine.

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