Blog reaches 3 Million Hits

As the hit counter on the right hand side of this blog indicates, our Harvard Law School Corporate Governance Blog has recently reached the 3-million-hits mark. Our blog, which was founded in December 2006, has been enjoying robust growth in traffic. A chart depicting the monthly traffic on our blog since its inception is displayed below:

The Harvard Law School Corporate Governance Blog 2-Million-Hits Stats

The Blog has also experienced substantial growth in the number and range of guest contributors. In addition to the Harvard Law School faculty and fellows, and the members of the Program’s advisory board listed on the left hand side, more than eighty other academics and practitioners have been contributing. Posts on the Blog have been referred to and relied on by prominent media publications such as the Economist, the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal.

The Editors and Staff of the Blog would like to express their appreciation to all contributors and to the blog’s readers for our continued success.

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One Comment

  1. Mohan Kapoor
    Posted Friday, January 9, 2009 at 4:55 am | Permalink

    I have also one blog which is related to corporate governance also generate high traffic on it. This blog gives the information that which organization’s are not adhere to corporate governance. Just go to the link & find more about corporate governance.