Progress Report Progress As of 2013 Dec 31
|December 29, 2013||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under From This Pen's Perch|
Progress the Past Month Here
We’ve been back online about two months and total views now are over 92,000. We’ve noticed much more activity on Twitter than Facebook. So far in December, typically a slow month for us since student are not studying and people take holiday vacations, we’ve added:
- eight new followers, inc: Forbes columnist Jesse Colombo; inc. Dr. Stuart Fischer, physician & author with 15,000 followers; inc. Candidate for California Secretary of State & ex-Common Cause VP Derek Cressman with over 10,000 followers; inc. Dr. Al-Daini, Huff Post blogger; inc. William Thomson Co, NYC, and inc. a radio station in New Mexico, WPNM;
- were favorited eight times, inc. by Unlearning Economics with 7,000 followers;
- were mentioned seven times, inc. by Parsons Brinckerhoff with 5,400 followers and by the CCPA Career Chpt with 1,500 followers;
- were retweeted 18 times to at least 8,000 followers (not all list their number of followers)
That was Twitter. Now for Facebook. We were liked a couple times, putting us up to 123, and befriended four times and those new friends have 100s of their own friends but I did not look up the numbers.
At the site proper, we added 10 subscribers to 3,425. Comments are up to 114, inc. one by Tasmania city councilman Leo Foley.
I’m pleased to announce we have a new editor, Peter Meakin, of South Africa where he’s a land valuer.
If you haven’t already, here are 10 ways to advance the cause:_1) spread any articles you find fascinating,_2) befriend us on Facebook,_3) follow us on Twitter,_4) subscribe to updates,_5) leave a comment either in the Forum, to the editor, or after an article,_6) send us an article link or photo,_7) propose blogging there,_8) register for a course,_9) if so moved don’t hesitate to punch the PayPal button, even_10) take out an ad.
Now, hopefully all your friends and family, neighbors and coworkers will visit us, too, and enjoy raising public awareness of a better way for all. One by one, we’ll make a movement for economic justice that wins a fair share of Earth’s worth for everyone, via a sane public revenue policy.
Yours for geo-justice,