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Evaluation of a year’s activity on our site

16/01/2006: General House

In 2005, the site www.champagnat.org received 296,092 visits with a monthly average that varied from 19,181 in February to 31,054 in September.
Each day of July, an average of 654 visitors visited our site to browse through about 2,627 pages; on the other hand, in September, the number of visitors rose to 1,035 and they visited 6,011 pages daily.
The interest of visitors is reflected in the total number of pages visited which reached 1,344,018, of which 81,448 were in July and 180,326 were in September.
It is clearly apparent that the VII General Conference was the event that aroused the most interest in the Institute concerning our site. By assuring fresh and daily information during this month, we retained the attention of our regular visitors who remained faithful to this daily rendezvous with the information and we attracted new visitors for whom the General Conference was a moment of hope.
As well as reading news from the Marist world that arrives at our Publications Office and which is put on our site, it is possible to participate in an enquiry. In December 2005, we posed the following question: What is the most important aspect of Christmas for you? The choices of responses were: being with family, having vacations, celebrating the birth of Jesus or exchanging gifts.
Many are convinced that Christmas is a commercial period dedicated to consumption and a free time that is for several a priority. However, the 300 respondents to our enquiry on this festive period especially emphasised the family values (46.3%) and the religious aspect (39.9%), with the holidays (12.5%) and the exchange of gifts coming well below this. It is clear that the site of the Marist Brothers is visited especially by people who have very strong values of faith and family, and not only during the time of Christmas.
Once more, we would like to thank the many people who faithfully dedicate a few minutes of their time to be informed by our Institute through this media tool.

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