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As 2020 comes to a close, we wanted to share some quick stats on the year that has gone by, as we have in 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014. This year is notably different as Covid stopped a lot of events from happening.
Articles and events
This year we wrote more articles, but Covid caused a big drop in events.
We also sent out 49 newsletters. If you know people who might be interested in receiving the newsletter, why not tell them to subscribe?
Top 20 Articles
Here are the top 20 articles published 2019.
- New canoe and kayak craze on the crane - just messing about on the river - 605
- Richmond Council challenges scaremongering Covid19 article - 596
- TfL to change local bus services - 523
- Support your local shops - 21 March 2020 - 359
- New Strawberry Hill House director - Derek Purnell - 272
- Open toe sandals - 263
- TfL urged to have a radical think of the A316 - 260
- 149 souls from Isleworth - 255
- Covid-19: Local services update - 20 March 2020 - 254
- All change please, St Margarets bus changes - 12 December 2020 - 241
- Council starts first physically segregated cycle lane at Kew Gardens - 238
- Consultation: A316 London Road roundabout - 233
- Richmond’s First ‘School Streets’ to be in place by June - 225
- Redevelopment of Twickenham Studios - 218
- Measures to make our streets safer - 215
- Council questions accuracy of Covid-19 data - 212
- Richmond Council statement on Coronavirus - 209
- The night a giant visited Twickenham and St Margarets - 207
- Richmond Footbridge closed again - 203
- Dave and Duni - The mystery resolved - 192
We have not been the best twitter user again this year, but all events and articles are posted, so why not follow us?
We also have a Facebook page. Why not follow us?
These are down a bit from last year, perhaps because there were fewer of Martyn Day’s articles:
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How people accessed the site
One trend we have been watching is how many people are now using the site on phones and tablets. This is why we continue making the site work better on smaller screens. This year’s mobile usage is still over half of all sessions, however, Desktop users grew as more people were at home because of Covid.
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Well, hope you have a great 2021 and if you want to write an article or promote that local event, please get in touch.