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Bishnupriyamanipuri.com is venturing to new web frontiers

By RK Rishikesh Sinha, New Delhi

If you have visited the bishnupriyamanipuri.com typing “Bishnupriya Manipuri” in the search engine, there are 79 people who have come here by the word “santosh kumar singha”; 40 people with “guru bipin singha” and “ranita”; “kartik sena sinha” by 3 people, according to statistics from the period between January 1, 2009 and June 16, 2009.

So, what these statistics say? Besides “Bishnupriya Manipuri”, words or say persons “santosh kumar singha”, “guru bipin singha” and “ranita” were searched more in the Internet; inquisitiveness of the people brought them here in the bishnupriyamanipuri.com.

All total 1459 words brought hordes of people to this site. So it is not only “Bishnupriya Manipuri” word that will make you reach here, there are thousands words that have been bringing similar number of people on this site.

To add to it, it is amazing that all total 736 pages were viewed 12,260 times, during the same period! The best non-Bishnupriya Manipuri articles which drew large number of viewers are: We salute Mumbai attack martyrs [75 people read the article], Social Networking site [60 people read the article]

The above views received by these non-Bishnupriya Manipuri articles need special mention. First, it is not an easy job to make people read in the Internet on these topics where you have got big brothers. But people have read, at least one person devoted his or her valuable time. The writers’ job is done. Second, they have been able to create credibility. These people who have come to read these articles have gone to read other articles on the same topic. The article Outsourcing Employees: Wake Up! by Prabal Atreya bagged 35 eyeballs at that time when recession was on air; and millions and trillions of web content were published. His article gave feel-good to 35 people!

Going little bit deeper, the period between January 1, 2009 and June 16, 57.73 per cent people visited the site using Internet Explorer, Firefox by 1529 and Chrome by 1,047. All total 15 browsers were used for 6,944 visits.

The same period the site saw a dip of 3 per cent in conformity with web trends. However, if you think you and your friends are the one who fall on this site by default. It is not true, 54.38 per cent of new visits by non-regular viewers always make the site refreshing and invigorating. The site has drawn 45.62 per cent of returning visitor; they are the people who visit regularly.

The combination of 54.38 per cent of new visits and 45.62 per cent of returning visits is a healthy proposition to any site. The retention by 45.62 per cent of its original readers and at the same time becoming one-stop platform for 54.38 per cent to new readers opens up new frontier for the site. Conclusion: the site is not constant, it is moving with new readers and at the same time retaining the core value and purpose for which it was built.

One more conclusion that the site throws up convincingly is that people love to read success stories. They love stories related to betterment of people; they don’t heed to stories which are malign in nature. Example: The news story on Gautam Sinha to attend MTech classes in IIT Delhi, at a very short period has come in the top 5 articles here in the site.



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  1. The people are becoming web crazy.I can assure the visitors of this site will be increased in coming days.After all we are bishnupriya Manipuris and we want success story.Maligning nature of article gives a sudden impact;but does not last longer.Anyway carry on and Keep it up, Risi! people are behind u.

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