EurovisionIreland.net is not a year old yet, but we are bouncing into Spring with great viewing figures and a growing community. 110K views logged in the first 2 months of 2013 – an encouraging sign that our new website covering all kinds of everything Eurovision and Irish, was delivering relevant articles and news to a wonderful, enthusiastic and vibrant Eurovision community globally.
Where do our Readers Come From
- Twitter: we will soon be reaching 1500 followers growing steadily on our very chatty and engaged twitter account @EurovisionIrela
- Facebook: Our Likers, Subscribers and Friends form a community close to 5700 strong and have been very influential in feeding us great responses and supporting our new website.
- YouTube: with 25K hits logged since we began our site at EurovisionIrelandTV
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Our Global Audience
Our Readers come mostly from Ireland, the UK, English speaking countries and further afield reflecting the spread of the Irish diaspora in places like Australia, the Far East and the United States.
Top 10 Countries our Readers come from:
2. United Kingdom
4. United States
This top 10 list was taken from our last 3 months as the races for the Eurovision National Finals were hotting up.
What’s interesting is the great support we got from Turkey during Irish National Finals ; Eurosong due to the Inchequin entry. The list also reflects what could be a natural affinity between Ireland and the Skandi bloc.
10 Countries in our Audience Stats that Surprised Us.
There were Eurovision Ireland fans in these non European countries too as we spotted readers from the farthest reaches of the globe in the last 3 months. Check it out a taster here:
- United Arab Emirates
Was your country listed ? If not let us know where you are from and what brings you here? Are you an irish Eurovision fan living abroad or just into the stuff we Paddys get up to at Eurovision?
Do tell .