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– According to WWE’s latest monthly business figures, WWE’s website usage has spiked in the second quarter of this year.

Likely boosted by pay-per-view pre-shows and more emphasis on their website, WWE saw a three-year high in page views during the quarter (April through June) and a three-year high in the number of minutes spent on the website per visit.

– WWE’s domestic live event attendance was down slightly in second quarter 2012 compared to the previous second quarters in 2010 and 2011. Average attendance excluding WrestleMania was 5,400, down slightly from 5,600 excluding Mania in Q2-2011 and 5,800 in Q2-2010.

  • sam mccourt

    @Bad Man Bigelow I watch Raw and Smackdown every week, PPVs every month and check this site everyday but rarely go on wwe.com

  • “Bad Man” Bigelow

    Is it weird that I never miss a week of WWE on TV, watch every PPV, check news sites every day, but almost never go on WWE.com?

  • yofits

    WWE.com is good now because JOEY STYLES runs it!

  • purcey

    Im not surprised their live event sales are down.. im here on the west coast and they visit near by MAYBE 1-2 times a year. People on the east coast get ayou lot ofmore shows andup might be burnt out on seeing the same product.

    Just a thought.

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