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Danish SE Jubii.dk (re-)publishes traffic stats

-although now being more a portal than a SE

     
7:58 pm on Nov 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Today, the Danish SE/portal, Jubii.dk has started publishing their internet traffic stats again, after being absent from figures published by the Danish internet industry body FDIM, for two years.

Jubii is the Danish part of Lycos. Two years ago they were effectively the largest Danish SE, nowadays they have shifted focus to become more of a portal, but they still do search (and PFI).

FDIM Press release (in Danish): [fdim.dk...]

The stats: [fdim.dk...]

(The first column with numbers shows unique visitors, the next shows number of visits - both are cookie-based. Figures are measured and validated by the Danish branch of the market research firm TNS)

Related thread: [webmasterworld.com...]

8:59 pm on Nov 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Thanks for the heads up Claus :)

I was actually not aware that Jubii was going back to FDIM. I'm happy that they did though, but I'm amazed that 852.567 uniques a week doesn't produce more search traffic than it actually does.
It's very much in line with the fact that they are becoming more of a portal than a search engine.

>PFI

Yeah, still a rather hefty price tag tho ;)

9:37 pm on Nov 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

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>> I was actually not aware that Jubii was going back to FDIM

Can't blame you for that, their departure was kinda loud :) Also, very few knew. I'm not sure if this will mean anything for the search part of their business though - although it makes it easier to justify the PFI price level.

Perhaps the Jubii change of focus to portal-services was a wise decision after all, as they can't really compete with Google on "raw" search?

 

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