Personal web pages at MyKnet.org continue to be the most popular on-line space for the Nishnawbe Aski to browse. In January there were over 30 million hits on this K-Net server (over 9 million more hits from the previous month)! The average daily hits on this server rose to nearly 1 million hits each day!
The new games web site along with new First Nation school and community web sites also created an increase in the usage of these on-line services.
All together there were over 40 MILLION hits occurring on the seven most popular monitored K-Net servers throughout January. Specifically, on these seven servers with traffic graphs, there were a total of 40,396,885 hits made to these on-line services provided by Keewaytinook Okimakanak. The seven servers generating this amount of traffic include myknet.org, knet.ca, webmail.knet.ca, hosting.knet.ca, highschool.knet.ca, games.knet.ca and photos.knet.ca (just click on the server to see the traffic monitoring chart for each server). There were 654,682 visits made during this period to these seven servers, indicating that people are exploring these sites more and more.
Most of the K-Net servers that are being monitored for hits, visits and usage statistics using the webalizer program again showed an increase during the month. But http://myknet.org rose by nearly 10 million hits to demonstrate the rapid take up of these communication tools among users across the north.