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Daily stats on YouTube for Richard D. Hall's film: 'When Madeleine Died?'

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Daily stats on YouTube for Richard D. Hall's film: 'When Madeleine Died?'

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 06.04.16 6:44






Attached are the daily stats for views of part, or all, of Richard D. Hall's latest film: 'When Madeleine Died?'.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dwv_UhqoI60

Richard put up 8 bite-sized half-hour chunks of his film exactly a week ago (29 March), and they have done really well.

In total, these eight uploads have had 22,000 views so far, and are continuing, at present, to attract over 1,000 views a day.

The above chart shows the initial surge of views in the first week, with Piston Bot X uploading the film in 4 parts and then Darren Ware uploading the full film. His upload had clocked up 17,963 views by tonight.

You can see that before Richard's uploads, views had declined to a steady average of 500 to 800 a day, but since 29 March (day of Richard's uploads), there have been over 27,500 views of his film in just a week - 4,000 a day.

A total of 76,000-plus views in 47 days is good going.

'True Story' has been going really well since Richard started his tour on 10 February; it's been steady at over 2,000 a day for two months.

Overnight, his documentary films have attracted a further 1,878 views in under 12 hours, a rate of 166 new views every hour
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Re: Daily stats on YouTube for Richard D. Hall's film: 'When Madeleine Died?'

Post by Tony Bennett on 06.04.16 9:02

Get'emGonçalo wrote:
You can see that before Richard's uploads, views had declined to a steady average of 500 to 800 a day, but since 29 March (day of Richard's uploads), there have been over 27,500 views of his film in just a week - 4,000 a day.

A total of 76,000-plus views in 47 days is good going.

'True Story' has been going really well since Richard started his tour on 10 February; it's been steady at over 2,000 a day for two months.
For those who want to watch Richard's film in half-hour 'bite-sized' chunks, here's the link to Part 1, which has had over 6,000 views in its first week (it was uploaded on 29 March):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dwv_UhqoI60

The other 7 parts have so far racked up a total of another 17,000 views, bringing total views for all or part of his films to over 77,000 to date.

'True Story' has had 852,000 views on YouTube to date.

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Re: Daily stats on YouTube for Richard D. Hall's film: 'When Madeleine Died?'

Post by maff2016 on 25.04.16 19:19

Great video's. Introduced me to the case in detail for the first time and listened to ommited evidence that i'd previously never seen before. Keep em coming.

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Re: Daily stats on YouTube for Richard D. Hall's film: 'When Madeleine Died?'

Post by Tony Bennett on 11.05.16 7:55

A quick update on YouTube viewing figures for Richard's three Madeleine films so far:


FIRST FILM: "The True Story of Madeleine McCann" (overall view of the case)

934,000 views - currently being watched by 1,190 per day


SECOND FILM: "The Phantoms" (showing that claimed abductors are mere 'phantoms' which were fabriucated


120,500 views - currently being watched by 310 per day


THIRD FILM: "When Madeleine Died?" (suggesting that Madeleine may have already been dead by Sunday or Monday)
 

130,000 views - currently being watched by 1,320 per day


TOTAL YOUTUBE VIEWS to date:

1,185,000 views = currently being watched by 2,820 per day

This means that every minute, 24/7, two more people click on one or other of Richard's films.

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These figures EXCLUDE:

* Hundreds of thousands of views on one or more of Richard's channels or websites

* People who have bought his DVDs and perhaps also shown it to relatives and friends

* Other YouTube videos of e.g. Richard giving talks or presentations about Madeleine on his tours.

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Reading the hundreds of favourable comments made by YouTube viewers on his films also gives a very good indication of the success of his films

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Re: Daily stats on YouTube for Richard D. Hall's film: 'When Madeleine Died?'

Post by Cakefan64 on 13.05.16 9:45

I am a great admirer of Richard's work on this case, certainly opened my eyes. The more people that get to see these films the better.
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Re: Daily stats on YouTube for Richard D. Hall's film: 'When Madeleine Died?'

Post by Tony Bennett on 02.08.16 18:49

Cakefan64 wrote:I am a great admirer of Richard's work on this case, certainly opened my eyes. The more people that get to see these films the better.
UPDATE:

I quickly checked YouTube yesterday and I found at least 12 people who had uploaded part ot all of this film to YouTube:
  
Darren Ware
Catwoman channel
PistonBox
ZxrAlienWarrior
HideHo
Andrew Johnson
Infostrike
KNOWTHETRUTH
Somni Papasong
David Tendresse
Slave Planet
and Richard Hall himself.

The total number of views to date is 208,000, or 1,253 new views every day since its launch on 19 February

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Re: Daily stats on YouTube for Richard D. Hall's film: 'When Madeleine Died?'

Post by Tony Bennett on 13.10.16 23:45

A brief update on the number of YouTube views for each of Richard Hall's three Madeleine McCann documentaries:

FILM 1 The True Story of Madeleine McCann
49 separate uploads of part or all of this doc
1,128,378 total views
currently being watched by about 1,250 new views every day
TOP LINK (Morph314):  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIjPcvmVzUo

FILM 2 The Phantoms
44 separate uploads of part or all of this doc
177,886 total views
currently being watched by about 300 new views every day
TOP LINK (HideHo): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dL0-ePd3FCU

FILM 3 When Madeleine Died
29 separate uploads of part or all of this doc
253,980 total views 
currently being watched by around 750 new views every day.
TOP LINK (Sonmi Papasong): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70oo2-Sj7to

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IN TOTAL:
122 separate uploads of part or all of his three docs
1,560,244 total views
one or other of his three docs is currently being watched by 2,300 new views every day.


These views of his Madeleine films exclude:

* All views made by watching Richard's DVDs,

* All views on Richard's own channels and websites, and

* Other YouTube uploads where he has discussed the Madeleine McCann case, which alone amount to several hundred thousand more views

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