Reason Online's Successful Surge!
I'm happy to announce that reason online once again broke another traffic record in July; we've busted our previous highs in each of the past five months. In July we pulled 3,016,469 visits, which represents a 69 percent increase over the same period last year and a boost up from June's (then-record-setting) 2.6 million visits.
Thanks to all of our readers and commenters for helping to make the site a hit. And please keep voting up our articles on reddit and digg–it's bringing in new readers every day.
Thanks also to all the bloggers and other sites who consistently link to our stuff, especially Instapundit, Arts & Letters Daily, Fark, and RealClearPolitics, who were among our top referrers last month.
We also want to give a shout-out to PJ Doland Web Design, the folks who built this version of our site and who are constantly working to make it even better. Since launching the new version of reason online last October, those server squirrels that bedeviled the site have gone extinct.