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March 19, 2007

200,000

by Doug Mataconis

Within the last few minutes, the 200,000th unique visitor as recorded by Sitemeter passed through The Liberty Papers. We reached the 100,000 mark on January 23, 2007 and it took about 428 days of posting to get that far. In other words, in the past 55 days, we’ve had as many visitors as we did during the first 14 months of existence.

The one thing I attribute that to is the great group of contributors that we’ve got here, and the great job they’ve all done in posting things that people want to read, even when it causes no small degree of controversy.

We’ve been having some discussions about where to take The Liberty Papers next, so keep an eye out for what will hopefully be some exciting additions. The great writing will still be here, of course, but we’re hoping to bring some new things that will keep all you new readers coming back for more.

And that, is where I’d like to end this little bit of self-congratulation. If you’ve found this site thanks to a link from Reddit, or Google News, or anyplace else for that matter. Stick around and read what else we’ve got here, and come back often because there’s more to come.

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2 Comments

  1. [...] In the 55 days since that occurred, we racked up another hundred thou, and we just crossed the 200,000 mark. [...]

    Pingback by The Unrepentant Individual » News At The Liberty Papers — March 19, 2007 @ 7:56 pm
  2. [...] Today around 7:30pm EDT, we hit 200,000. [...]

    Pingback by Below The Beltway » Blog Archive » A Milestone At The Liberty Papers — March 19, 2007 @ 9:51 pm

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