Our website during 2019.
Throughout 2019 our website has continued to go from strength to strength as it continues to grow in terms of the information published & stored, and also in terms of extending our reach amongst our community.
In 2019 our website has had 34,765 visits (1/1/19 to 12noon on 28/12/19). This compares to 10,661 in 2018 and 12,243 in 2017.
May was our busiest month with 5,815 visits that month, with our least busy month being March when we had only 1,313 visitors.
“For most people, our website is our shop window to our community. Many members of our community will never attend one of our meetings but they can be assured that our website will always be up to date, and as informed & relevant as we can possibly make it.” Michael Traill, Engagement Officer.
When publish an article on our website we send all our website subscribers an email with a link to the article, and we publish the link on our Facebook & Twitter streams. Our highest viewed links (links which were clicked on in email or social media) this year were:
- Junction redesign: Easter Road / Duke Street / Lochend Road / Vanburgh Place. Posted in March 2019. 3,236 clicks.
- Proposal of Application Notice – Land east of 139 Leith Walk. Posted in January 2019. 2,349 clicks.
- Work begins on new Leith Links play park. Posted in April 2019. 1,664 clicks.
- City of Edinburgh Council announce road resurfacing programme for Summer 2019. Posted in May 2019. 1,275 clicks.
An easy way to keep up to date with new posts on our website is to subscribe. Add your email address to the ‘Subscribe to Blog via Email’ box at the right hand side of this page, and you will get an email direct to your inbox every time we post a new article. If that is a bit often for you, you can change your settings to receive a weekly summary on a Monday morning. Currently we have 140 subscribers.
We’ll continue to add to our website throughout 2020, which we hope you’ll find useful.
- Community encouraged to make views known regarding proposed redevelopment of Leith Links pavilion
- Coronavirus precautions lead to cancellation of Community Council meeting on 30 March 2020
- Changes to bus routes – Leith Links is hit hard!
- Leith charity hopes to transform Leith Links pavillion
- Variation of Existing Premises Licence: 31 Duke Street