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  • October State of the Blog report

       September 30, 2004

    Ladies and Gentlemen, the State of the Blog is good. This last September we saw our highest traffic ever, and that traffic is continuing to uptrend. September brought us our first ever guest contribution from sometime blogger Joel, and it also brought us our first ever reader submitted contribution from reader Jason. The little map over on the right hand side of the page, courtesy of Dale's ECB, has continued to get bluer and bluer, and that is what this is ultimately all about. We can only hope that these positive trends continue through October and all the way to November 3, when we all wake up knowing that we've secured the future of the free world for another 4 years by re-electing George W. Bush President of the United States of America.

    As our longtime readers may know, every first of the month we like to publish a list of our top blog referrers, our way of saying "thanks" to those who've sent traffic our way. Be sure to check them out, they can't be all bad if they're linking to us. ;-)

    1. Blogs for Bush
    3. Ace of Spades HQ
    4. mypetjawa
    5. Daly Thoughts
    6. Wide Awake
    7. Stix Blog
    8. La Shawn Barber's Corner
    9. California Yankee
    10. Kilabee's Hive
    11. Boots and Sabers
    12. TaxProf Blog
    13. Sondra K
    14. Pardon my English
    15. The National Debate

    16. tobias covers it all
    17. Backcountry Conservative
    18. The Crease
    19. Raincross Conservative
    20. Michelle Malkin
    21. Aldaynet
    22. Bit's Blog
    23. Blogs of War
    24. Slantpoint
    25. New England Republican
    26. PoliPundit
    27. Patriots for Bush
    28. Digger's Realm
    29. IMAO
    30. Outside the Beltway

    Posted by jkhat at September 30, 2004 11:31 PM

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