Tarvinonline hits a new high!

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Now and then we like to blow our own trumpet!

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In September the website had 7200 accesses and during these visits over 13400 pages were opened.
Our recent data from Facebook recorded :
Weekly Total Reach 2,126
People Engaged 402
Total Page Likes 378
We only started Tarvinonline 2 years ago so the team are feeling pretty good about this.

The main points to draw from this is that in general the mix of topics we and our contributors put forward are of interest to the Tarvin Community. We know we cannot please all of the people all of the time. With this level of readership all our contributors should realise that putting the effort into writing an article is well rewarded and will be seen by so many so please carry on.
Local Businesses should think about the rewards possible by advertising their services (for free!) and Societies and organisations can use the website to promote their activities.
Get your activities in the diary (and avoid clashes), write an article telling us a little about what is coming and then post event telling us all how well it went and what we missed!

The team is currently working with our software supplier to revamp the website and particularly making it more user friendly and readable when accessing content using your Ipad or mobile phone. Also the articles will be able to have much more flexibility in their layout and use of photos in particular.

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