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Date:7/8/2010

From the World Cup to Pregnancy and Childbirth: These Sections Attract Most Eyeballs in June

Vancouver, BC, Canada (PRWEB) -- Suite101.com, a global content site that provides trusted and reliable information to consumers today has released data highlighting the most popular content on its site in June 2010, providing a window into consumer online reading behavior. In June, the most popular articles focused on World Cup Soccer and pregnancy and childbirth.

In June, articles on the World Cup were the most read in recent weeks on Suite101.com. Online readers were catching up on the sport to find out which countries were favorites, the game schedule and general facts about the tournament. And of course, readers are getting up to speed on the big noisemaker – and newsmaker – of the Cup, the vuvuzela.

Over the past month, the most-read article on Suite101.com was Tom Ravenscroft’s, Who are the favorites to Win World Cup? with over 111,300 total views. Ravenscroft’s articles on the World Cup schedule and sticker album also reached over 44,500 and 19,000 views, respectively. Overall, in the month of June there have been over 180,000 searches performed relating to World Cup Soccer, and nearly 40,000 relating to FIFA.

In addition to providing information on the world soccer craze this month, Suite101.com, readers can find online articles that look at popular evergreen topics, offering advice and how to information on a wide range of topics. In addition to the World Cup, Suite101 also saw spikes in traffic around articles pertaining to pregnancy and childbirth in June. The most highly trafficked articles in this area included articles on miscarriage, baby names and ways to lose weight after giving birth. <
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