It was not that long ago that we passed the 15,000,000 view mark but we have now done one million better, according to WordPress. In addition, we just passed the 11,000 post mark on the blog. Congratulations everyone.

These milestones allow us to take stock of the blog community. We continue to rank in the ten top most popular legal blogs in the world, though we commonly fluctuate between the 9th and 11th ranked blog.

In the last seven days, our ten biggest international sources for readers came from United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, Germany, France, Netherlands, Japan, Philippines, and Taiwan. Today, Israel and Singapore are also in the top ten contributing countries.

I wanted to thank our weekend bloggers: David Drumm, Mark Esposito, Gene Howington, Michael Spindell, Eliane Magliaro, Mike Appleton, Larry Rafferty, and our newest weekend blogger, Charlton Stanley. I wanted to particularly thank our contributors. In the last 24 hours, the most active commentators were (starting with the highest appearance): nick spinelli, anonymously posted, Blouise, Swarthmore mom, Bron, and Darren Smith.

Thanks again to everyone.

12 thoughts on “16,000,000”

  1. Is the number of visitors to this website important in any way other than ego gratification? Just sayin’.

  2. Congratulations, Professor. I find it interesting that there is so much international traffic to this blog. Perhaps one reason is that legal issues are discussed here in a manner that attracts as many laypersons as lawyers.

  3. It’s my privilege to be a a small part of a large project started by Jonathan Turley, namely the defense of civil liberties and the U.S. Constitution.

  4. Congratulations Professor, well done! You’re still ahead of the Republicans voting to repeal Obamacare- 37th vote today- so don’t get toocomfortable with your lead, they’re gaining. 🙂

  5. http://www.quantcast.com/jonathanturley.org

    Your fooling yourself and you don’t believe it Yo killing yourself and don’t believe it.

    Why must you be such an angry young man when your future looks quite bright to me.

    Based on internet averages, jonathanturley.org is visited more frequently by males who are in the age range 45-54, have no children, received some college education and browse this site from school.

  6. Congratulations, Professor. As the mysterious voice said in Field of Dreams, “Build it and they will come.” You built it and they came.

    Good deal, and kudos to everyone who contributes to the lively discussions.

  7. I have to contact some relatives in Italy, to get them on the international list. That is if I can’t get them to stop arguing. Mr. Turley and Guest Bloggers, thanks for all your good work.

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