Orleans Hub saw big jump in traffic in 2015

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 4 January 2016 at 12:00 am

Photo by Tom Rivers – Fireworks go off in Lyndonville on July 4 in the biggest fireworks show ever at Lyndonville. This photo was taken looking through a row of trees by the soccer field near the school. Orleans Hub covered numerous community events in 2015.

Orleans Hub saw a big jump in traffic in 2015 with total pageviews reaching 7,811,345.

That is up 48.3 percent or by 2,543,847 from the 5,267,498 pageviews in 2014.

Orleans Hub went live on April 1, 2013. We had 1,697,887 pageviews for nine months in 2013.

Our monthly average of pageviews has increased from 141,490 in 2013, to 438,958 in 2014 and to 650,945 in 2015.

Another industry statistic is average daily users.

We were at 6,739 for 2015, and topped a 6,000 daily average for each of all 12 months.

The 6,739 average for each day is up from the 4,700 in 2014 and 2,100 for nine months in 2013.

September was our biggest month with the contentious primary season drawing a surge of traffic to the site.

That month we had an average of 7,671 daily users and the total pageviews reached 765,677.

The Hub operates out of The Lake Country Pennysaver in Albion.

We have an office at the Pennysaver building, 170 North Main St.

Photo by Cherl Wertman – Kendall’s Taylor Rutland, right, goes high for the ball against Emily Lavarnway of South Seneca on Oct. 30 when the Lady Eagles won their second straight Sectional title, defeating South Seneca 4-1. Orleans Hub has a daily sports report of local high school athletes.