Conservative Refocus: In Case You Missed It For The Month Of November And Our Impact
December 9th, 2010
By Barry Secrest
November 2010 was a month to remember here at CR. Our webtraffic hit an all-time high --vaulting the website into the top 28,000 of all sites in the US and the top 145,000 in the world. In fact, when we first started tracking our impact, back in January, the rankings were 372,473 world and 43,000 in the US, meaning we have seen a steady surge in readership effectively doubling our reach in a scant 11 months--1 being the best and 50 million being the worst. In addition, The World News Network now posts our condensed opinion columns, which appear in the National Examiner all over the world.
In fact, our recent report, concerning the seeming duplicity between China and North Korea, actually appeared in the North Korean Star...which prompted us to be amazed--who even knew they were allowed to read over there in Communist hell?
Regardless, we also now contribute, on a regular basis, to FreeRepublic.com, which is an excellent forum to both learn from and interact with a diverse group of Constitutional Conservatives in addition to our ongoing interaction with a large number of friends on Facebook. We have also established a healthy web relationship with both the sharing and promoting of various articles with our good friend and journalist, Jane Jamison, who operates a popular Conservative westcoast website called Uncoverage.net.
Recently, we also began working on a slightly different format called an E-zine which is under construction but is currently operating. The site is called TrueConservative101.com and it will offer us new avenues and even greater HTML flexibility while serving as a weekly magazine highlighting some of the most popular news stories and articles on CR for the prior week.
Below are a list of the columns, even omitting a few, which appeared in November, which prompts me to note that its no wonder I feel unusually worn out upon entering into this month of December, the writing being in addition to my other career.
Thanks, as always, for visiting and please remember to let us hear from you from time to time--don't be a stranger.
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