Today, the Journal reached a milestone of clocking 50,000 visitors from all over the world with 130 posts since the December launch. We have added a location map last month and is posted at the upper right panel. See the map of visitors since tracking on June 10, 2009 and the stats are given below.
In the past quarter, the Journal changed its content theme to include related topics such as vaccinations, autism, home education and environmental deceptions (my main expertise) as well as the politics of big food. We promise to continue delivery of pertinent article on food (including recipes), nutrient-dense foods and nutritional health most of the time.
These are the visitors locations/numbers for the past 40 days (since we added the widget):
United States (US)7,271
United Kingdom (GB)212
New Zealand (NZ)23
The top stories in past 90 days, along with their truncated titles are listed below. My favorite (the most laborious of all to put together) Swine Flu Swindle (I may rename it to Swindle Flu). About half of the EPA Cow Gas Tax hits are folks ripping the Hot Air Balloons Over Washington, DC photos. Likewise many of the Raw Milk is Like Toxic Waste hits are people grabbing my hand-selected photo of the FDA Chimpanzees.
Top Stories–Last 90 Days
Top 20 Stories since the December 8,2008 launch
My Story 624
The Journal has received 320 comments and content contributions from our Correspondents and readers. Subscribers who want new posts emailed to them immediately continue to grow and currently stands at 200 worldwide—but mainly in the U.S. and Ohio. Since I thought I might not get more the 2 or 3 visitors a day and maybe 10 subscribers by now, I am most pleased. My wife is even proud of the Journal—and she helps a lot also.
Special thanks to Kimberly at www.hartkeisonline.com and Kristen at www.foodrenegade.com and all the other beautiful women at www.realfoodmedia.com who are prolific nutrient-dense food writers. Thanks also to The Weston A. Price Foundation at www.westonaprice.org for contributing superior content for which I introduce and link.