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New Disney.com Sets Traffic Record

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  • New Disney.com Sets Traffic Record

    Disney.com drew 23 million unique visitors to the website in August, an all-time traffic record according to Nielsen/NetRatings data, The Walt Disney Co. announced.
    The number of visitors was a 24 percent increase over August 2006 and a 12 percent increase over July 2007.
    Disney revamped the Disney.com website in February to make it more interactive for visitors.
    The traffic milestones are evidence the site is delivering on the goal of providing an immersive entertainment destination for kids and families, said Paul Yanover, executive vice president of the Walt Disney Internet Group and head of Disney Online.
    In the coming year, Disney.com plans to expand the site both geographically by launching new sites in international markets and linking the site to

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    Re: New Disney.com Sets Traffic Record

    And they are still waiting for it to load...!

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      *Chris Matthews "HAH!"*

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        I wonder if the traffic count includes the count from VMK.com too. That probably has a strong hold itself, not to mention all of the HSM2 attention + free dining WDW guest bookings, etc. Not to mention the Disney Channel advertising the 'new' Disney.com site. I can easily see a big increase in server activity for this month. But I'll look at that as a good thing.

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