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@U2 In 2014: Our Top News Stories, Lyrics & A New Traffic Record
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There was one big surprise this week as I dug into our 2014 web stats: a new all-time record for visitors to @U2! We had 1.6 million unique visitors during the 2014 calendar year, which is really amazing.

A smaller surprise: The most popular U2 song lyric on our site last year didn’t come from Songs Of Innocence. Wanna see what it was? We’ve posted our annual look back at the most popular news articles, song lyrics, forum boards and more from 2014. Enjoy!
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Re: @U2 In 2014: Our Top News Stories, Lyrics & A New Traffic Record
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2017, 12:27:30 PM »
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@U2 In 2014: Our Top News Stories, Lyrics & A New Traffic Record
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There was one big surprise this week as I dug into our 2014 web stats: a new all-time record for visitors to @U2! We had 1.6 million unique visitors during the 2014 calendar year, which is really amazing.

A smaller surprise: The most popular U2 song lyric on our site last year didn’t come from Songs Of Innocence. Wanna see what it was? We’ve posted our annual look back at the most popular news articles, song lyrics, forum boards and more from 2014. Enjoy!

Did I miss 2015 update?  And is there a 2016 year in review planned?  Interesting results.

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Re: @U2 In 2014: Our Top News Stories, Lyrics & A New Traffic Record
« Reply #2 on: January 15, 2017, 07:58:11 PM »
You didn't miss anything. I lost interest in keeping track of stuff like that. Sorry DW.