The encouraging news is that WUWT is beating Andy Revkin’s “Dot Earth”, Climate Central, and “any weather event is AGW” CAP paid-for-activist Brad Johnson, see the screencap:
Source: SustMeme Climate Change & Energy
Of course Al Gore is #1, thanks mainly to his army of mindless unquestioning people and collection of automated Gorebots. WUWT will never be #1, because we don’t cheat like Gore does. While I know some of you think Twitter is a waste of time, it does have one redeeming value: You can communicate directly with people that won’t bother to answer your email and their followers will also see it.
I’ve noted more and more the move to discussions on Twitter, like the one with Tamsin Edwards yesterday that sparked this Josh cartoon. What seems to be the pathway is that some ideas get tried out on Twitter, then they get written up in blogs. So, it has a some value.
Readers that want to see WUWT’s global reach move up on the leaderboard can help by doing a few simple things:
2. If you see a Tweet from WUWT that interests you, retweet it. This magnifies the reach, and it only takes two seconds.
3. WUWT also has a Facebook discussion page. If you have a Facebook account, consider doing a “like” and sharing WUWT content and Tweets on your own Facebook page or the pages of others who might find it interesting.
Of course, if social media is a non-starter for you, that’s OK too, I used to think that way at one time, but I learned it does get ideas shared and discussed which often lead to larger more productive discussions and essays on traditional media and blogs.
h/t to Tom Nelson for his question yesterday: