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Now that we’re in to 2017, I wanted to thank everyone who has visited my website/blog in 2016. The site got a ton more traffic last year, hitting a new annual record of 43,696 views (up from 25,546 in 2016).
The single best day was June 1st. The story that day was “Moosehead Should be at the Head of King Street #91king” with 6,679 views. UPDATE: Unfortunately, as most of you have heard Moosehead’s subsequent plans to build on the waterfront have been shelved. Maybe that means that they will reconsider #91king! If you missed the original story you can find it HERE
My next most-read story of 2016 was on April 27th and it was “Cox Electronic Winding Down Retail Business” with 5,298 views. UPDATE: The story said that the store would be open until the end of 2016 but wound up closing several weeks earlier. This showcase property is for sale or lease. Did you miss the story in April? You can read it HERE
Where do you think these “views” come from? Canada and the US rank 1 & 2 but would you have guessed that France is 3rd? Next come South Korea & Barbados. See chart to the right for the top 10 countries of original of traffic to www.SJcommercialRE.com
Feel free to drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me what you like and don’t like about my site. What kind of stories do you want to read about in 2017?
Thanks again for visiting and a big shout to www.huddle.today for picking up several of my stories in 2016. I’m looking forward to 2017 and what the Saint John Commercial Real Estate market has in store. Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter @steffturner
Cox Electronics, with locations in Saint John, Fredericton and St. Stephen, have announced that the stores will be closing at the end of 2016. After more than 40 years in the consumer electronics business, the owner, Philip Brewer has decided to retire. “Although it is time for me to enter a new phase of my life, there’s tremendous value in our bricks & mortar which means a fabulous opportunity for other retailers who are looking to enter and/or expand in to the Saint John market”, says Brewer. Although the Saint John building has been used for retail in the past (more…)