I recently released several updated or new eBooks, all freely downloadable in either the ePub or Mobi/Kindle formats.
My previous eBook analyzing the global Covid outbreak now includes a lengthy review of all the major books that have released discussing the origins of the virus, some of which have suggested a possible lab-leak, and I focused upon the obvious missing elements in those reconstructions.
A new eBook provides my own analysis of the current vaxxing controversy, the suddenly revived debate over HIV/AIDS, and other important public health issues.
And a couple of months ago I released a short eBook documenting the cases of Glenn Greenwald, Julian Assange, Stephen Cohen, and numerous other leading journalists and academics who were blacklisted and suppressed by the mainstream media for their refusal to conform to the dominant party line.
I’ve also now grouped together my major articles and eBooks on World War II in a convenient location:
Given the extreme topicality of these issues and the unique elements of my own research findings, several people suggested that I provide my information to a wider audience by going on some of the podcasts that become an increasingly popular media source, and this seems like an excellent idea. My Covid articles alone have been viewed more than 400,000 times, but the universe of readers is merely a small slice of the broader public, and the give-and-take of a live discussion always adds considerable value.
Obviously, I’d be thrilled to be invited onto Joe Rogan’s show, given his regular audience of ten million or more, but I’d be very glad to discuss my ideas with any other podcaster as well, so anyone who knows such individuals should have them get in touch with me via Email. Probably the most likely topics would be my controversial analysis of the Covid outbreak or the debate over HIV/AIDS now suddenly revived by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s #1 Amazon bestseller, but other issues would also be fine. Here’s an audio link to my recent one hour appearance on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad podcast, in which I discussed both of these important matters:
For those podcasters or others who are unfamiliar with me, here’s a brief summary, including links to major profiles of my background and past activities that had appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Economist, Slate, and Harvard Magazine, as well as a cover-story in the New Republic.
Obviously, the combination of such generally favorable and high-profile past media coverage together with my extremely controversial current views on a wide range of issues might add to the interest of any podcast appearance.
Recent Website Traffic
Finally, I recently updated the readership totals for our own webzine and various others based upon the December figures provided by SimilarWeb, a leading source of third-party traffic information, and the results were reasonably encouraging. Compared with the previous figures from March 2021, our total pageviews had slightly declined but our total visits had substantially increased, while aggregate readership time spent on the website was almost unchanged at well over 100,000 hours per month.
The table below compares our traffic numbers with those of 70-odd mostly alternative-media publications, ranked by total monthly pageviews, and I was pleased to see that we were still near the top.
According to these figures, we have nearly twice the pageviews of such venerable opinion magazines as The Nation and The New Republic, while hours spent on our website is better than three and four times greater respectively. We’ve now even jumped well ahead of Foreign Policy, though other publications such as LewRockwell have meanwhile moved well ahead of us. Most gratifying of all, the lavishly-backed Intercept, bankrolled with \$150 million of funding, continues its steady decline after Glenn Greenwald’s angry departure, now being only slightly ahead of us in pageviews and far, far behind in hours spent.
And unlike most of these other websites, we have achieved these strong results despite having been banned by Facebook and with all our pages deranked by Google.
[table][tr][th]Publication[th]Total Pages[th]Total Visits[th]Total Hours[th]Bounce%[th]Tm/V[th]Pgs/V
[tr]The Daily Caller |18,295,600| 8,630,000|349,994|58|2:26| 2.12
[tr]National Review |14,249,700|6,390,000|268,025|62|2:31| 2.23