Enough visitors to fill a San Fransisco cable car 22 times!

Visitors from all over the world including Peru, Chile, India and Australia is something that many websites can only dream of - but for Thames Valley Baha’i Community website, it's all in a day's work.
Jan. 20, 2012 - PRLog -- Visitors to the Thames Valley Baha’i Community website came from all over the world in 2011, including the United States, Canada, Peru, Egypt, Singapore and Australia.

Our 2011 in review report shows that enough people viewed our website to fill a San Fransisco cable car 22 times – that’s a total of 1,300 visits!

Top referring websites included: facebook.com, prlog.com, yell.com and twitter.com

The top two posts that got the most traffic were ‘A thought’ and ‘Time to unwind’, although many other pages were also popular.

Thames Valley Bahá’í Shawn Khorassani said: “We only started our website a relatively short while ago, but it's surprised us how popular it is. It's growing in popularity all the time and we are attracting visitors from all over the world, which is phenomenal.

"This is great news as it means that more and more people are being introduced to the Bahá’í Faith and become interested in our activities.”

For more details about the Bahá'í Faith in Thames Valley, please call the Thames Valley Bahá'í Community on 07964 676461 or check out www://tvbahai.wordpress.com/

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West Berkshire Bahá'i Community and Thames Valley Bahá'i Community meet regularly to discuss Bahá'i teachings and beliefs. The Bahá'i faith is an independent world religion. Its principles include: equality of women and men and universal education.
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