Dear Friends of Counter-Currents,
April was a far from cruel month for Counter-Currents. Thank you for being part of our good fortune.
1. Our Readership and Web Traffic
If you visited our website in April, you were just one of 56,772 unique visitors. These visitors paid us 110,029 visits. Our highest numbers ever. The pages you viewed were among the 421,446 pages viewed in last month.
|Month||Unique Visitors||Number of Visits||Pages Viewed||“Hits”||Bandwidth|
|June 2010||6,145||10,328||70,732||200,824||6.08 GB|
|July 2010||9,387||17,329||119,254||348,172||10.01 GB|
|August 2010||12,174||22,348||93,379||333,614||10.17 GB|
|September 2010||17,063||34,510||147,051||580,550||16.39 GB|
|October 2010||17,848||35,921||140,365||611,367||17.93 GB|
|November 2010||26,054||48,336||171,833||915,553||26.39 GB|
|December 2010||26,161||50,975||192,905||1,101,829||27.79 GB|
|January 2011||28,583||60,005||198,249||1,736,067||34.06 GB|
|February 2011||29,737||61,519||213,121||2,081,558||40.13 GB|
|March 2011||29,768||62,077||220,053||2,485,001||52.21 GB|
|April 2011||20,091||58,037||223,291||2,729,449||54.65 GB|
|May 2011||36,596||78,103||274,841||1,334,472||47.59 GB|
|June 2011||28,629||57,920||264,928||1,004,128||22.78 GB|
|July 2011||30,186||66,093||416,309||1,952,047||71.23 GB|
|August 2011||40,002||81,012||502,282||2,083,593||53.18 GB|
|September 2011||45,427||88,782||422,902||481,909||11.67 GB|
|October 2011||45,590||90,444||337,137||468,197||17.78 GB|
|November 2011||44,445||88,824||330,664||339,521||14.22 GB|
|December 2011||49,845||97,223||337,881||344,210||13.65 GB|
|January 2012||56,633||107,644||408,373||433,736||21.38 GB|
|February 2012||53,345||99,607||376,288||411,915||14.43 GB|
|March 2012||55,572||106,029||441,170||475,719||16.36 GB|
|April 2012||56,772||110,029||421,446||428,678||16.08 GB|
As you can see, our traffic has remained pretty much plateaued since January. This has been our pattern: growth spurts, followed by a few months plateaued.
2. Our Blog
In April, we added 80 posts to the website, for a total of 1,674 posts since going online on June 11, 2010. We also added nearly 1,000 new comments.
3. April’s Top Twenty Articles (with date of publication and number of reads)
- Daniel W. Michaels, “Exposing Stalin’s Plan to Conquer Europe,” April 21, 2011: 3,765
- Matt Parrott, “Trayvon and the End of White Guilt,” April 4, 2012: 3,360
- Greg Johnson, “Our Fault?,” April 12, 2012: 3,326
- Trevor Lynch, Review of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, February 10, 2011: 2,427
- Gregory Hood, Review of The Hunger Games, March 22, 2012: 2,340
- Greg Johnson, “Remembering Jonathan Bowden,” April 26, 2012: 2,298
- Jef Costello, “Breaking Bad: A Celebration,” April 3, 2012: 2,225
- Gregory Hood, Review of Scarface, February 27, 2011: 1,849
- Irmin Vinson, “Some Thoughts on Hitler,” April 20, 2011: 1,799
- Greg Johnson, “Remembering Adolf Hitler,” April 20, 2012: 1,796
- Matt Parrott, “The Talk: Conservative Columnist Edition,” April 10, 2012: 1,725
- Greg Johnson, “Be Yourself?,” April 3, 2012: 1,719
- Jonathan Bowden, “Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ,” June 17, 2011: 1,680
- John Morgan, “Let Them Eat Cake,” April 19, 2012: 1,639
- Andrew Hamilton, “Diabolical Passion: Ariel Toaff’s Blood Passovers,” April 6, 2012: 1,551
- Christopher Pankhurst, “Civil War & The Big Lie,” March 29, 2012: 1,542
- Edgar Lowe, “Breivik’s ‘Right-Wing Salute,'” April 24, 2012: 1,502
- Jef Costello, “Fight Club as Holy Writ,” January 9, 2012: 1,472
- Léon Degrelle, “The Enigma of Hitler,” April 18, 2012: 1,352
- Jef Costello, “I am an Off-the-Chart Narcissist,” April 9, 1,350
Our number one essay, Daniel Michaels on Stalin’s plan to conquer Europe, has been a perennial favorite since we first published it in April of 2011. Two other perennial favorites, Irmin Vinson on Hitler and Gregory Hood on Scarface, were in our top 10 yet again.
Greg Johnson had four articles in the top 20 (3 in the top 10). Jef Costello had three articles in the top 20. Matt Parrott and two top 20 articles, and Gregory Hood had two in the top 10.
Six of our top 20 articles are about movies and television: Gregory Hood on Scarface and The Hunger Games, Jef Costello on Fight Club and Breaking Bad, Trevor Lynch on The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (which has been in the top ten for 5 months now), and Jonathan Bowden on The Passion of the Christ. Since Hollywood and the television industry are the primary media of anti-white propaganda, racially conscious analyses of movies and TV are highly effective at drawing traffic and combating enemy propaganda. (See Trevor Lynch, “Why I Write.”)
4. Where Our Readers Are: The top 20 Countries
Our web statistics program gives us a country-by-country breakdown of our readership. Here are the top 20 countries:
1. United States
2. Great Britain
7. The Netherlands
14. Czech Republic
19. Russian Federation
5. Where Our Readers Are: The Top 20 Cities
2. New York City
3. San Francisco
12. Washington, D.C.
13. Vancouver, B.C.
17. Mexico City
19. Los Angeles
Seven of our top 20 cities are in the United States. Four are on the West Coast of North America: San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Vancouver, B.C.. Three are in Canada: Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. Two are in Australia: Melbourne and Sydney. Two are in England: London and Manchester. Seven of them are national capitals: Washington, D.C., London, Berlin, Stockholm, Lisbon, Mexico City, and Dublin.
6. Upcoming Book Projects
These are the titles that are at one stage or another in the editorial process. Beyond the first three titles, these are in only the roughest chronological order.
11. Savitri Devi, Forever & Ever (May)
12. Greg Johnson, ed., North American New Right, vol. 1 (May)
13. Kerry Bolton, Artists of the Right: Resisting Decadence, ed. Greg Johnson (May or June)
14. Trevor Lynch, Trevor Lynch’s White Nationalist Guide to the Movies (June)
15. Juleigh Howard-Hobson, “I do not belong to the Baader-Meinhof group” and Other Poems (June)
16. James J. O’Meara, The Homo and the Negro: Masculinist Meditations on Literature, Politics, and Popular Culture (June or July)
17. Francis Parker Yockey, The World in Flames and Other Essays, ed. Kerry Bolton
18. Saint-Loup, Hitler or Juda? A Second Nuremberg Tribunal
19. Derek Hawthorne, Above the Clouds (on the German mountain films)
20. Collin Cleary, L’appel aux dieux (French translation of Summoning the Gods)
Counter-Currents has now taken over the Savitri Devi Archive’s Centennial Edition of Savitri Devi’s Works. The next volumes will be a new edition of And Time Rolls On, followed by The Lightning in the Sun. Other longer term projects include Anthony M. Ludovici’s Confessions of an Anti-Feminist: The Autobiography of Anthony M. Ludovici, ed. John V. Day, Julius Evola’s East and West: Essays in Comparative Philosophy, and a collection of Alain de Benoist’s essays on Ernst Jünger.
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As always, I want to thank our writers, donors, and proofreaders; our webmaster/Managing Editor; and above all, you, our readers for being part of a growing intellectual and spiritual community.
Counter-Currents Publishing Ltd.
& North American New Right