by Dee McLachlan
About 10 days ago, I transferred Gumshoe News from WordPress.com’s free hosting site to a self-hosted WordPress.org platform. Unfortunately, I was not able to pull over the subscribers and followers, but I am sure most will rejoin over time.
On the old design, I think on average about 25 to 50 articles were read each day — and it had been slowly rising as our ranking improved. However, a few days after we had migrated over, I noted that many more articles were being read each day.
In the first few days about 160 to 200 posts were read each day, and I was delighted. I put this down to the new-look design that makes it easier to search and find content, plus moving away from WordPress.com. But then I checked the fifth day after the migration — the 20th September.
On that day, 442 different articles were read — with over 350 articles being viewed only once. For the few days around the 18th to the 22nd over 200 – 350 separate articles were read each day. It has now levelled back to about 100 – 125 different articles per day (many from Google searches).
I have discussed this with a few people, and it may be that someone was (is) monitoring Gumshoe — reading, or checking through the content. With just over 1,200 original articles on Gumshoe, it would have taken 5 or 6 days to go through them.
Well, I hope ASIO is reading through our material. They may be able to help us answer many of the questions posed in some of articles on false flags.
Your thoughts on the matter would be appreciated.
Someone does not want Ned to comment. So adding it here.