Victims of CSIRO Website reaches 50,000 unique visits

Posted on July 16, 2013. Filed under: Uncategorized |

This week the Victims of CSIRO website logged its 50,000th visitor since the website went public in August 2012.  This is a monumental result for the Victims of CSIRO group and a vindication of the work undertaken by the Victims of CSIRO group and a topic in which a significant cross section of the Australian public have expressed obvious concern.

 

Some basic statistics relating to the Victims of CSIRO website are:

 

  • Approximately 28,000 visits or 56% are new visitors to the website
  • The remaining 44% are return visitors
  • Of the return visitors approximately 19% of these have returned more than 10 times.
  • The busiest month for the website was April 2013 with over 11,300 visitors.
  • The busiest day for the website was the 15th of April 2013 and had just over 2,000 visitors.

 

This statistics demonstrate a good balance of new and recurrent visitors to the website.

 

The Top 12 countries viewing the Victims of CSIRO website are:

 

1.  Australia

2.  United States

3.  Singapore

4.  France

5.  Germany

6.  China

7.  United Kingdom

8.  Poland

9.  India

10. Indonesia

11. Netherlands/Den Hague

12. Sweden

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One Response to “Victims of CSIRO Website reaches 50,000 unique visits”

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Does anyone have any history related to how and when this culture started?
How far does this go back, and what levels of abuse did it cover?
I have heard very disturbing stories going back to the 60’s and 70’s.


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