Your Harlow achieves over 13 million page views in three years

History / Fri 31st Dec 2021 at 12:05pm

SINCE January 1st, 2019, YourHarlow has had over 13 million page views.

We have also published close to 13,000 stories as well in that time.

In 2021, we published over 4,400 stories and had 4.5 million page views.

As a comparison we had 300, 769 page views in our first full year (2014).

We always say that every day is the first draft of the history of Harlow in this town.

We would like to think that if someone wanted to find out what life was like in Harlow between 2013 and 2021, then our 24,000 stories and 2,500 film just may help.

We would like to thank every single reader, viewer, follower, liker etc. Oh and the commentators!

Our Twitter bio says “One journalist in partnership with 85,000 people” and it really is true.

We would be nothing without people telling us about their community events and nothing without those who put something back into the community.

There are the people who have left us this year but left their mark on Harlow like Jane Chivrall and there are the nine babies all born in Harlow on Christmas Day.

That is the cycle of life.

We truly treat every news day as an empty canvas. I have been running digital publications for over thirteen years and am always grateful to our readers.

We would also like to thank our advertisers who have backed us.

Thank you again

Michael Casey

Just a wee reminder where you can find us.

Website: www.yourharlow.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/yourharlow

Twitter: www.twitter.com/yourharlow

Instagram: www.instagram.com/yourharlow

Youtube: www.youtube.com/yourharlowfilms

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3 Comments for Your Harlow achieves over 13 million page views in three years:

2021-12-31 13:47:16

And looking forward to another 4000+ stories next year, how about a little more press on the towns football club and there upcoming games and where they will be held would be helpful

David Forman
2021-12-31 18:02:08

A special reason for this success is due to the professional, compassionate and empathetic journalism of the Editor, Michael Casey.

Peter Henegan
2022-01-01 10:39:14

Well done, it is certainly my main source of local news. After the demise of the Star we would have been stuffed without it.

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