Social networking site, Twitter, has reportedly clocked up its busiest day yet after many online Tweeters looked for news on the recent controversial super injunctions stories according to the Independent.

On May 9th according to data taken by a leading online marketing agency, revealed that one in every 200 hits on the Internet were to

These figures meant that the site hits increased by 14 per cent which amounted to 0.49 per cent of the total Internet visits by the UK for that particular day.

Yahoo Search and Google Maps were also overtaken by the social networking site for the UK on May 9th.

The results of the survey online indicate once again the importance of content for businesses and that businesses who haven’t set up a social networking account should consider this immediately as part of their online marketing strategies.

Robin Goad, research director at Experian Hitwise, commented on the surge in traffic by saying, “due to the extraordinary revelations of the super-injunction scandal.”


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