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This was originally posted by Nick on April 19th, VibeThat.com’s second day online.  Most of our visitors today hadn’t heard of the site yet, so I felt we should revisit this one.  ”the tease.” from Steve Lauder of Buck90Productions.com

to the snow

Zack Wilmot, photo by Nick Kawon

"textbook"

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Founded April 17, 2010 – Days Online: 90

Content Totals

204 Posts, 76 Categories, 709 Tags, 86  Comments, 46 Contributors, 80 Featured Videos

Alexa.com Global Traffic Rank

Global: 403,679
United States: 86,787

Alexa Traffic Rank is a measure of vibethat.com’s popularity. The rank is calculated using a combination of average daily visitors to vibethat.com and pageviews on vibethat.com over the past 3 months. The site with the highest combination of visitors and pageviews is ranked #1.

Alexa.com Global Traffic Rank over time

  • June 1, 2010: 794,898
  • June 9, 2010: 675,208
  • July 16, 2010: 403,679

Pageviews

Homepage Visits: 6,065
1,123 pages were viewed a total of 13,513 times
Pageviews: 13,513
Unique Pageviews: 8,141
Unique Visits: 4,171

Who’s Visiting VibeThat

Viewed in 65 Countries, 721 Cities and 44 U.S. States

Highest Traffic Countries / Territories

  1. United States
  2. Canada
  3. United Kingdom
  4. Puerto Rico

Traffic by State

  1. Florida
  2. New York
  3. Connecticut
  4. California
  5. Massachusetts
  6. Pennsylvania
  7. New Jersey
  8. North Carolina
  9. Texas
  10. Arizona

Top Viewed Posts

Lindsay White: 150 views
Eminem: No Recovery Mixtape:  55 views
Cosmic Soundwaves (posted by Nick): 49 views
George: A Story of Love, Loss and Redemption (posted by Merritt): 39 views
The Incline – Wait (posted by Jason): 37 views

The VibeThat Contributors

  • Ashley Clarkin: 30 Posts
  • Jason Turbyfill: 35 Posts
  • Mark Sandulli: 8 Posts
  • Nick Nowak: 10 Posts
  • Merritt Rohlfing: 7 Posts
  • Mike Greenemeier: 4 Posts
  • Brett Napoli: 88 Posts
  • Mike Spinelli: 6 Posts
  • Dave Schroeder: 4 Posts
  • Dean (Deanero) Mahoney
  • Scott D’Amato
  • Emily Cyr
  • Everett Griffing
  • Gary Napoli
  • Kenny Kovaleski
  • Kris Renta
  • Mike LeBeau
  • Hayley King & Ari Burger of Rock Steady Drums

Top Vibed Posts

Cosmic Soundwaves 9
K’naan – Waiving Flag 9
Professor X and The Chem Lab 7
Bizarre and unusual destinations around the world 6
Real Secrets to Success 6
11 p.m. Kasitsna Bay, Alaska 5
Nas and Damien Marley – “As We Enter” 5
45 Astonishing Examples of Long Exposure Photography 5
Desiderata 5
Vinnie Paz – End of Days Feat. Block McCloud 5

Social

Twitter Followers: 156
Facebook Fans: 221

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… for all those who travel and would like to travel even more. Here’s a link to many pit stop/camp spots around the United States (http://www.freecampgrounds.com ). It’s a wonderful site where the members post new and even update any old spots that might not be available. The members are very good about keeping current and also encourage others to help and provide more information on any other campsites. Enjoy the world…. it is so large.

We’ve heard it before. The familiar phrases: struggling artist, struggling new business owner, unnoticed blogger, battling against the odds. Someone mentions following an unfamiliar path and immediately the peanut gallery is quick to submit an opinion on why it’s not a good idea. There are clearly much safer choices.

Society tends to deter the inspired from following the career path of an artist, actor, writer, creator or somebody who lives their life in an unfamiliar way; by alluding to a life without money, a continuous or never ending struggle, one in a million chances of success or by suggesting we face this apparent reality that we’re not special enough – those people are ‘lucky.’

“After all, we can’t all be artists can we? Who’s going to pick up the trash?” Read Full Article →