Wednesday, January 1, 2014

A year in Alpha

Happy New Year to everyone, be ye alpha or omega. 2013 was a banner year for Alpha Game, as the historical traffic measured in Google pageviews indicates:

2011: 546,438
2012: 1,675,300
2013: 3,771,032

Despite the growth in traffic, I can't say that I'm particularly pleased with my blogging here this year. While I got a little better about posting here on a regular basis, I did not feel the quality was not entirely satisfactory. And while I was pleased to bring some excellent posts by others to your attention, I didn't feel that my original contributions were up to par. I'm hoping to do better in 2014, but regardless, I'm pleased to see how AG is developing its own community of those interested in delving deeper into intersexual relations.

2013 saw some big steps forward for Game, from mainstream reporters getting in touch with some of the more significant Game bloggers to Dr. Helen Smith publishing Men On Strike. I hope that the Game community will continue to challenge and support each other as we stand in steadfast opposition to the equalitarian feminist regime that has been imposed upon the men of the West.


Doom said...

Congrats and all, but don't look at me. I just stop in once in a while to enrage the hidden feminists and deltas in the mix. Boobies! Nothing like getting the hens to cluck or kick a fucking delta in what should be his manhood. Still, I'll keep dropping in and laughing at the pseudo queers and fugglies who drop by and whine. Yum!

crazyivan498 said...

Alpha game is more useful to me at least. Vox Popoli is a good place to read how mpai. I like that alpha game not only deals with interpersonal relationships with your significant other, but also dealing with both sexes in the work place and the street. For what it's worth, I enjoy alpha game and look forward to 2014.

LP2021 Bank of LP Work in Progress said...

Awesome! Carry on gentlemen!

Doom said...

My very bad. Seriously. I do apologize. Frustrated with things in personal life, a little toxed, and angry at the foolishness of modern "romance", I lashed out. While I still am sore about some things, I need to be more careful. Many simply weren't raised right. My mother tried, I am sure your parent(s) did too. Could erase, but that doesn't solve anything. It is just hiding from my faults. That is worse than hiding the faults in the first place. So... I take my licks and apologize.

En-sigma said...

most days this is my first stop. Key, of course, is frequent content. I would agree with your assessment, I suppose, and would humbly suggest in-depth explanation, or logical basis for many of the theories you put forth. We all know you have it in you.

Thanks for a great site.

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