WEATHERFILE.COM Hits 2 Million Page Views & Mobile Friendly

WeatherFile.com has made incredible advances in the last 15 months. It started life as a very flat HTML 1.0 driven website providing an incredible wealth of information. Brilliant for weather geeks with time on their hands, but not so easy to view ‘on the go’.

The team sat together and realised it was important to bring the site up-to-date. Some existing code had shown the possibility of using Google map technology to display our data. We re-visited this code and updated it using the latest version of Google API and additional code to show wind data updating live. The whole site was wrapped with Bootstrap (giving full mobile & desktop responsive feel) and we were away! As word of mouth about our new look increased, more and more users view the live WeatherFile Wind&Weather data.

In less than a year we hit our first million page views, a milestone the whole of the company was extremely proud of. We soon realised our traffic was growing at an incredible rate helped by satisfied customers spreading the word, our new Twitter account and Facebook ‘like’ posts.

Last month we were asked to provide the new BBC CountryFile Live event at Blenheim Palace with live weather data. This was streamed live from an RPR FlexiMet GSM weather station installed on site at the event and the live weather data featured on the event website front page.

Our loyal user base has loved the increase in data provided and we have quickly passed the 2 million page view mark, in under 3 months!

With new live weather sites continuing to be added, where can we get to before Christmas 2016?

Check out WeatherFile for yourself at https://weatherfile.com

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