The Speculator Celebrates Six Months With 120,000 Views!

Posted by on Feb 22, 2011 | 2 Comments

The Sporkulator takes a well-earned break at the Devonport Food and Wine Festival

The Sporkulator takes a well-earned break at the Devonport Food and Wine Festival after the readership numbers were announced

The Speculator is delighted to report that on its six month birthday – Feb 20th – it clocked up its 120,000th page view.

As local advertisers stampede to the phone to book space on this extraordinary online phenomenon, The Speculator can also reveal it has been viewed by 10,000 different people – about 90% of whom are Auckland/North Shore-based.

As hysteria mounts among local businesses and they jam the Internet with frantic emails demanding space among the sacred pages at any cost, The Speculator can further announce that these numbers suggest it is the most read website in Devonport.

The next bit of this article is a bit advertisey.

YOU can book space on The Devonport Speculator for $250 ex GST for 1 month. In that one month we GUARANTEE your ad will be viewed at least 1,000 times (but it will probably be viewed nearer to 3,000 times).

And  you can be certain the majority of those views will be from the well-heeled, honest burghers of Devonport!

And how about this quote from one of our advertisers, Lode Jewellery…

“The communication has been fantastic, the change outs instantaneous and the results have exceeded our expectations! I wish all advertising was as easy and problem free!”

Give us a try! advertising@speculator.co.nz

2 comments

  1. Al says:

    We have The Speculator as a home tab and it’s great to get Devonport news straight away. Good stuff.

  2. Matilda says:

    Many congratulations Mr Speculator, great work!

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