Monday, November 24, 2008

R.C. Blog Celebrates Milestone!

Starting out on August 12, 2008 with a blog piece and video clip on the character (or lackthereof...) of Senator Obama, the R.C. Blog was launched. This past Saturday, the blog celebrated a milestone with its 100th blog post.

Over these first 2+ months, the R.C. Blog has received tremendous support and encouragement by traditional Conservatives and Catholics from around the world. For those of you who go to the blog regularly or, in some cases, daily, we thank you.

Here are some of the numbers we have seen over the first 100 posts:

  • The R.C. Blog has welcomed more than 10,200 visitors from 19 countries, including U.S. visitors in more than 350 cities.
  • An ad link to the R.C. Blog has been included in nearly 500,000 Google searches.
  • The R.C. Blog has been included in various "Wikipedia" pages related to Conservatives and Ronald Reagan as a reliable external reference.
  • The R.C. Blog was selected as one of the nation's best Conservative blogs by "UrbanConservative", a leading Conservative Blog firm.
  • Nearly 60 email subscribers get free daily R.C. Blog reports each morning on the previous day's posts.
  • The R.C. Blog started its own "TV network" on to feature embedded video clips.
  • The R.C. Blog also recently added its first regular (and not last...) correspondent (Christian Stockel) for additional Conservative insight and commentary.
As you can see, it has been an exciting first few months and we look forward to serving Conservatives everywhere in the future. In the future, look for new and exciting features, including exclusive interviews with past, present, and future Conservative leaders.

As always, we thank you for your support!

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