Traffic on the Renewable Energy Magazine website (www.renewableenergymagazine.com, and its sister publications in Spanish, Energías Renovables and amERica) broke the all-time record for users or unique visitors in March reaching 104,554. The figure represents the number of different readers (specifically different IP addresses) that connect over a month. The average daily number of unique visitors was 4,783, with each visitor spending an average of almost three minutes browsing the site.
The ability to access the free digital version of our print magazine in Spanish since last May, and the ever increasing contribution of international traffic generated by Renewable Energy Magazine and amERica, which focuses on the American continent, largely explain this sharp rise in traffic. The number of followers of our social network accounts are also growing rapidly. We already have 11,049 followers of the ER Twitter and 6,639 of the REM Twitter accounts, while 4,626 people follow us onFacebook.
The number of subscribers who receive individual e-newsletters is also increasing every week. ER sends out four different newsletters (wind, bioenergy, solar and renewables in general). REM, which provides its own content that is different from that of ER, also has publishes four e-newsletters specialised by technology. Meanwhile, amERica sends out a weekly newsletter in Spanish and one every month focusing on Peru.
OJD reveals that 42% of our unique visitors are located outside Spain. By country, the majority of our readers on the Web come from, in order of importance: Spain, the United States, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Argentina, Germany, Chile, India, France and Colombia. ER, REM and amERica provide the best global offering of renewable energy news, comment and interviews, in Spanish and English, with readers in 150 countries worldwide.
Traffic data on this website are public and can be found on the OJD/Interactive website (just click on the logo next to Advertising link on our homepage). The number of unique visitors during the month of March is the highest since our publication contracted this service in 2005.
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