Southern Spanish Surprises
Whether you’re living in Andalucia or you’re planning to move here, this is one list you won’t want to miss. Visit this month’s Andalucia.com home page to discover ten sides of life in Andalucia that never fail to surprise those of us who come from other places. And on the other side of the coin, our Spanish home page features a glimpse of what surprises our Andalusian neighbours about us!
Carlo Andalucia.com's Search Engine Guru
Provides us with some mind boggling facts and figures.
*More than 6,000 pages of essential information make Andalucia.com the region’s number one information centre for both tourists and expatriats.
*During the month of November more than 1,600,000 pages were viewed by our visitors from around the world.
*The top three search terms that brought visitors to Andalucia.com last month were:
- Malaga (7323 times)
- Andalucia (6196 times)
- Sevilla (5628 times)
*Seville, Granada and Málaga were the top three most visited city pages in the site. All three made it into the top ten of most visited pages last month.
*Andalucia.com has a vibrant, active forum where people from around the world and across southern Spain come together in question/answer sessions and lively debates. Last month the Forum ranked second on the list of top ten most visited pages at the site.
*The top three search engines driving traffic to Andalucia.com in November were:
- Google 83.7%
- Yahoo 5.8%
- Ask Jeeves 1.8%
*The top 10 visiting countries during November were – in this order:
- Great Britain
*In terms of Gigabytes, the site sent 13.14 GB of information to the United States last month, 14.99 GB to the UK and 13.77 to Spain.
*Finally, Andalucia continues to attract new visitors. In November 66 percent of our traffic came from people who were finding the site for the first time.
January 2008 photographic workshop
Starting January 28, travel photographer Michelle Chaplow begins a five day tour into the very heart of the Andalucian countryside and culture - with hidden pueblos, stunning castle views and even a flamenco model. The workshop is limited to five students and is an excellent way to improve your photographic skills. Chaplow is an award-winning professional who features National Geographic Travel Guides and the U.S. Library of Congress among a long list of prestigious clients worldwide. For more information, contact [email protected]
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