Why is the Honolulu Star Advertising Effectiveness Index so low? September 29, 2021 September 29, 2021 admin

The Honolulu Star is a local newspaper with an online circulation of 2.4 million.

The newspaper publishes articles that reach thousands of readers each week.

The Star is part of the Honolulu Business Journal, which has a circulation of about 3 million.

According to Nielsen, the Star has an average of 11,000 unique visitors per day, and an average number of visitors per article.

The article that comes to mind is about the Honolulu Zoo and Aquarium, which is one of the largest zoos in the world.

In the article, the reporter said, “The zoo is the largest of its kind in the United States and the world.”

But according to Nielsen data, the zoo is one-tenth the size of Honolulu’s biggest tourist attraction.

The reporter wrote that, “This zoo attracts a different kind of visitor, who spend more time with animals and less time at the zoo.”

Nielsen has data that show that the zoo attracts around one-fifth of all visitors to the zoo.

In a recent study, the University of Texas at Austin researchers analyzed a variety of online content to measure the effectiveness of online advertising.

They found that, among more than 4,000 articles, the average number visited per visitor was 7.

The study also found that the average article received 7.8 percent of the total visitor traffic.

In other words, the online audience for the Honolulu zoo article averaged just 6.2 percent of all online visitors, according to the study.

According a Nielsen survey, the Honolulu Times reported that, in 2016, the newspaper had an average daily traffic of 2,534,931.

According the study, of those 2,634,975 visitors, 1,928,892 were people who came from outside of Hawaii.

That’s just 0.1 percent of visitors to Hawaii who were not from Hawaii.

According Nielsen, Hawaii has the second-highest traffic volume of visitors from the U.S.A. for the second year in a row.

In 2016, Hawaii had 2.5 million visitors from outside the U, according the National Tourism Travelers Association.

But the Honolulu newspaper reported that it received about half of that traffic.

That is a fraction of the overall U. S. tourism industry.

According one study, about 6 percent of people visiting the U., which includes visitors from overseas, visited for a variety for a wide variety of reasons.

According research by Nielsen, about half (47.3 percent) of all people who visited Hawaii were foreign born.

The majority of those visitors were people from Asia, with about one-third (35.5 percent) coming from China.

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A is the biggest foreign market for the Hawaii tourism industry, and more than 90 percent of those tourists were from outside Hawaii.

Nielsen’s study found that Honolulu was a major source of visitors.

The Honolulu newspaper had a total visitor volume of 1,749,547, or 13.9 percent of total U. s. visitors.

But that number includes the number of people who did not make it to the newspaper.

In addition, the paper received an average amount of traffic, meaning visitors to a newspaper can get through a newspaper with one visit.

In fact, in a previous study, researchers from Nielsen found that one in five people who make it into the Honolulu newspapers do not make the trek to the city.

They say that this is a common problem that comes with foreign visitors to U. States.

In their study, Nielsen asked people from all over the world to identify their favorite newspaper, based on their familiarity with the paper and their interest in reading.

They looked at which of the three papers they were most likely to pick.

When they did that, the top three newspapers were Honolulu Times, KOMO and KTVA.

This is a good question because the Honolulu paper has a very high number of readers from the state.

The paper has an online audience of about 2.2 million visitors per month, and the newspaper has an estimated audience of 8,845,000, according Nielsen.

It’s important to remember that visitors to newspapers can be the difference between a good and a bad article.

When the Honolulu Bee reported that the city is losing visitors because of low advertising, it’s easy to see why that is.

In 2017, the city had an estimated daily visitor volume that was 6,851,099, which was slightly below the average for the entire state.

And the paper was down on the news.

According an article on the Bee, there were 5,500 daily newspaper advertisements, with the Honolulu Sun, the Hawaii Herald and the Hawaii News & Record reporting the most daily ad impressions with 3,500,000 daily impressions, according a Nielsen report.

The next biggest newspaper advertisers are Honolulu TV stations and KBOI-TV, according an article by Nielsen.

The other big advertisers are Hawaii News, which had 1,500 advertisements, and Hawaii Community Television,