Our sister publication Scottish Construction Now is delighted to report that its busy Linkedin site has broken through the 20,000 followers milestone - a perfect way to celebrate our 20th anniversary.
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Here at Scottish Housing News, we are delighted to wish our sister publication Scottish Construction Now many happy returns as it celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Scottish construction hit by unprecedented perfect storm of soaring costs, material shortages and lack of labour
Scotland’s construction-led economic recovery is threatened by a combination of sharply rising prices, disrupted supply chains and a chronic shortage of labour as the consequences of a no-deal Brexit coupled with the impact of the Covid pandemic.
Our sister publication Scottish Construction Now has gone through the 10,000 LinkedIn followers mark in the last 24 hours.
Wednesday was a record day for Scottish Construction Now with over 30,000 visitors to its website. The total number of unique visitors was 30,483 - reaching a new milestone. The free daily SCN newsletter was also sent to 10,110 readers.
Scottish Housing News is pleased to report that our sister publication Scottish Construction Now has passed a significant milestone breaking through the 10,000 subscribers mark to its free daily newsletter with over more than 140,000 unique visitors to the website each month. Scottish Construction
A surge in readership during lockdown has taken Scottish Housing News to new heights with increases recorded in subscriptions to the free daily newsletter, website users and social media accounts. Last month the number of individual users on the SHN website broke through 80,000 for the first time. S
The website of our sister publication Scottish Construction Now last month clocked up record traffic, for the third consecutive month, as readers flocked to the site to keep abreast of developments during the coronavirus shutdown.
Our sister publication Scottish Construction Now reached a record audience last month with registered subscribers to the daily newsletter reaching 9,016 and individual users of the website soaring to a record 88,908. Twitter followers also rose to 5,669. SCN editor Kieran Findlay said: “S