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Site news November 2005 was a milestone for The Register, with more than four million people visiting us in a single month for the first time.

Our traffic figures, audited by ABCe, show that 4,122,526 unique individuals accounted for 28,287,472 page impressions during the month.

This is a comfortable increase over November 2004, when 2.9m uniques read 21.78m pages.

We also had our November 2005 log-files checked out by Quova, the IP mapping specialist, to find out which countries our readers came from:

The top 10 were:

1. US (44 per cent of readers in Nov '05)
2. UK (23.9)
3. Canada (6.6)
4. Germany (3.5)
5. Australia (3.0)
6. France (2.0)
7. Netherlands (2.0)
8. Sweden (1.7)
9. Italy (1.2)
10. Japan (1.1)

Our ABCe certificate for November 2005 is here (pdf). ®

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