October Articles

Here are my articles from October 2012. As of March 2013, August was my second best month for traffic (1,401), and the best month for articles (31). September had the most hits (1,864) of all months so far. October was decent but did not beat them out, nor have any subsequent months. December (257) couldn’t even beat April (258). But February (808) did beat October (780). I suspect this drastic decline from more than one thousand views has mostly to do with the fact that I have been accused of being a spammer on StumbleUpon. Not sure what to do about that. My busiest day is still September 20th, with 415 views. And my busiest week was the week starting the 17th of September, with 1122 views. But things have stabilized at least, I get several hits a day without having to tweet or anything like that, though this might have to do with the increased frequency of my posting (thanks to a new laptop) as well joining the team at another blog, Brandon Christensen’s Notes on Liberty in January 2013.

Who Else Is Running? Written? Published and pressed October 27th.

October 23rd Third Party Presidential Debate Written, published, and pressed October 27th.

From the Comments: Loose Fiscal and Monetary Policy is the Cause of the Problem, not the Solution Written, published, and pressed October 25th.

Obama is NOT the Worst President in this Nation’s History Written? Published, and pressed October 15th.

Relaunch of Liberty’s Republic Written, published, and pressed October 9th.

Does This Commenter Want To Revive Bimetallism? Greenbackism? Written, published, and pressed October 2nd.

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