50,000 Views in Two Years!

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By Ainslie Heilich and Scott Moye, blog founders.

A little over two years ago, two Odd Fellows who were Facebook friends were discussing the lack of new Odd Fellow content online.   So we cooked up a crazy idea of starting a blog together.   We had no idea where we would go with it or if anyone would bother to read it, but it was worth a shot.

So here we are two years later!  Not wanting to toot our own horn and we know we aren’t the biggest blog in the world but all expectations were blown away. 50,000 views is a lot more than we ever expected to get. Originally, we thought it might get a couple views a day, but we currently average 20-30 unique visitors a day and each visitor averages 2 posts read.

Not too bad for a blog that we work on sporadically as a side project. Check out the stats below.

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We are always looking for new content from Odd Fellows from all over.  If you have anything positive, inspirational, motivational, or about overcoming challenges in the Order, please submit it!  The more voices and opinions we have, the better!  There is no one way to be an Odd Fellow, and there is no one way to be inspired (or inspiring!)

Thank you everyone for your continued support and shares.  Please help keep spreading the word!

In FL&T

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