elephantjournal.com: traffic report.

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on Mar 23, 2010
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elephantjournal.com: update.

Traffic at nearly 175,000 unique monthly readers according to Google Analytics.

Best ever, as usual (our web presence is young, and growing). With thanks to our readers who click, and read, and don’t just comment on our wonderfully popular Facebook Page, which is now 20% bigger than, say, the amazing Dwell Magazine and getting close-ish to gi-normous Green Giant Treehugger’s Page. Also, our trigger-happy twitter account won the Shorty Award, number one in green content in the entire US—over Sierra Club or Al Gore or what-have you. So, on the editorial side, things are rocking.

Now we just have to get our advertising in gear, so we can walk our sustainability talk.


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One Response to “elephantjournal.com: traffic report.”

  1. Yes, things ARE rocking. And you have a growing number of avid contributors and fans who are going all out to help keep the momentum going.

    I urge everyone who loves Elephant to pop out a Tweet and a Facebook news flash (and a mention on your blog, if you have one) every time you see something you like on Elephant. It only takes a second that if everyone does this it will have an enormous impact on traffic growth, and hence Elephant's impact.

    Bob Weisenberg