City of Pamplona’s High Web Traffic
The portal created by the City of Pamplona for information about the festivities during the San Fermín Festival (https://www.sanferminoficial.com/) recorded between the 6th and the 14th of July a total of 13,951 visits, with an average of 1,550 per day. The 4,613 visitors that looked through the website during the San Fermín Festival viewed 59,548 pages which offered various information related to the Festival.
After the home page, the page most visited was the one that held the official program of San Fermín, with the total of 7,395 views. These were followed by the pages that contain information about the times of the events, with 5,078 views, and the Bull Run or videos of the Festival, with 3,518 and 2,015 views respectively. They also highlight the multimedia and downloads, pictures, “Chupinazo” (opening ceremonies), parking and public transportation, other moments of the Festival or the troupe of “Gigantes” (big heads), each with over 1,000 views.
Also, the photo gallery had a total of 1,058 views. This gallery collects, day by day, snapshots of the main events taking place in the city during the nine days of the Festival, like the bulls, the procession, the bull fights, the fireworks or the various different music concerts, etc.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Pamplona