State of the Blog, 5/28/10

Lots of work to do with link-building: older entries need links with relevant keywords built to them within this blog, and most importantly from without. And there’s the perpetual work of producing new content and promoting that, and continually reaching out.

Other than that, approaching 250,000 unique visits, and I think I’ll have a post to celebrate that when it’s time. Those of you interested in promoting the blog, all I can say is “please do,” and if you’re in doubt what to do, ask in the comments. Right now I want to put together a list of some notable things covered since January of this year.




Not a lot, I know – that’ll change soon: I’m always reading primary sources and using secondary sources not just for insight, but review. This blog will have that much more stuff shortly. 250,000 isn’t a small number, and I can’t wait to reach it in style.


  1. Ashok,

    So nice to find your blog. (I saw your comment below mine on Ari Herzog’s blog.)

    I have a master’s in polisci from UC Davis, and I taught American government, international relations, and politics of developing countries for several years at Butte College near Chico in northern California.

    Dig the CommentLuv. I’m actually linking to one of my blogs that’s a bit on the back burner, but relevant to academic types who want to write for college textbook publishers.

    Just gotta figure out which folder will get your feed. I think I’ll use “Science.”
    .-= John Soares´s last blog ..Switching This Blog to a New Hosting Company… =-.

  2. Thank you… I’m going to add this to my favorites. If I can ask, what was it that got you started into blogging? To be honest I’ve just been catching on to this phenomena and it’s begun to inspire me to begin a blog of my own. I’ve tried but nothing that material has occured as of yet. You seem established, hints would be appreciated…

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