1.8 million page views for the London edition by 2020

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Issued by Laurent Collin | On 01/11/2021 at 8:50 pm | Updated on 01/11/2021 at 20:50

We are women and men of letters, but some statistics make us happy. With nearly 1.8 million page views since January 2020, London has established itself as the first global edition of the 69 editions of the LePetitJournal.com news site in the world’s largest cities in the last four months.

The number of our readers and page views more than doubled last year, which is similar to our newspaper worldwide. LePetitJournal.com actually has more than 30 million page views worldwide by 2020. Today, January 11th, is a great reward for a magazine celebrating its 20th anniversary! Happy Birthday LPJ.

LePetitJournal.com continues to grow

The hectic time we are going through is apparently unrelated to it, as well as the love of our profession and the heart that writes all our documents.

We have not forgotten the dear readers, most of us read us every day and follow us on social networks. More than 20,000 on Facebook and more than 3,000 on Instagram are leaving with re-visitors and engagement.

You will never forget yourself, because your little regular messages – sometimes more or less soft – can become frantic even with discussions, always warming our hearts.

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The adventure continues with 20 employees in London in 2021

Together with Mary, Madd, Corinthian, Laurent, Vanessa, Luther, Swali, Colin, and Johanna, the “Dream Team” earlier this year was perfect for continuing to understand information and simplify your life as much as possible. Daily. Because understanding everything that happens on this side of the channel is sometimes just another pit of fish …

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We wish you a great year. Take care of yourself.

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