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Tuesday 2 March 2010

Website traffic for February 2010

The Cabinet meet in the North East; PA copyrightNumber 10 has released its monthly update on website traffic.

The information gives a fuller picture of the number of users the site generates and the pages viewed.

Traffic for February 2010

The Prime Minister visited several areas of the UK in February, holding regional Cabinet meetings in Exeter and the North East, and travelling to Scotland and Suffolk. He was also in Northern Ireland to meet politicians as they concluded a deal on the devolution of policing and justice.

Gordon Brown also announced plans for a National Care Service, the Government’s vision for excellence in schools, and issued a formal apology on behalf of the British people to child migrants. The Number 10 website also hosted webchats on social care and on housing repossessions.

February traffic

3,185,224 page views, with 1,188,459 visits from 928,164 unique users

January traffic (for comparison)

3,247,391 page views, with 1,141,423 visits from 876,949 unique users

Total for 2010

6,582,294 page views, with 2,384,242 visits from 1,772,529 unique users

Monthly average for 2010

3,291,147 page views, with 1,192,121 visits from 886,265 unique users

Other statistics of note

Downing Street had more than 1.7 million followers on Twitter by the end of February. Individual photos on Flickr were viewed more than 42,000 times during the month, and had been viewed a total of 1,033,243 times by 2 March.

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