Bulldog Readership Jumps 30 Per Cent


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Christmas came early for The Bulldog.

So now is the time for a big thank you to The Bulldog readership and its hard-working commenters.

Bulldog November readership increased 30 per cent over its September figures. The actual page view count rose from 54,929 to 71,400 per week.

Hits, a less accurate measure of readership, also jumped from 179,459 in September to 188,027 per week in November.

Hard to know exactly what caused the increase. For the most part the jump was quite steadily higher than September throughout the month though there was a pop when the hospital location question riled Ottawans.

None of this happens without the support of Bulldog readers.

So once again, thank you from The Bulldog.

And to that new 30 per cent of Bulldog readers, we hope you enjoy what you are reading. Welcome aboard.



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4 thoughts on “Bulldog Readership Jumps 30 Per Cent

  1. While I think it’s largely the result of a quality product that people are discovering, I think, sadly, some part of it is the loss of other media.

    Thank heavens the World Headquarters of the Bulldog media conglomerate isn’t subject to the same pressures as smaller operations like PostMedia. Long may you write.

    1. The Voter:

      Yes, I think it is partly due to the blows local journalism has taken lately.

      But on behalf of the staff and management of The Bulldog, a heart-felt thank you.




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