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Live from Aarhus: 8,000 for 48 Hours 30/11/2009

IDSF Even though the IDSF communications team tried to take your feedback into consideration and uploaded decidedly more videos this time, the number of visitors to the blog on the 2009 World Standard in Aarhus, DEN, was 33% below that of the "Live from Maribor" blog. Only 8,000 unique visitors for the 48 hours! Not bad - but there's much room for improvement still. 

In the future, if IDSF is to continue with the "Live from ..." blogs, the emphasis will continue to be on the YouTube channel, and syndication to facebook will also be built in better.

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