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Hurrah, The Register's latest ABCe audit results are published today -- and great reading they make too. For us, any rate.

In November 1999, The Register (www.theregister.co.uk)delivered 6,139,998 page impressions, making us comfortably Britain's biggest IT news site.

November page impressions were more than four times higher than our first audit in February 1999, 1.36 million.

November 1999 saw 578,764 people clock onto the site -- and that's only those we can count (ABCe stats don't include individuals logging on via their company proxy servers).

During the month, Register readers initiated 1,922,554 individual user sessions.

The Register continues to grow steadily: our current page impression run-rate (based on this week's performance) is nudging eight million per month. ®

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