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πŸ“ Warp News Impact Report - August 2021

πŸ“ Warp News Impact Report - August 2021

Kevin Kelly's The Case for Optimism is now our most-read article ever! We hosted the second pre-event before the Warp Space Summit, with astronaut Christer Fuglesang.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

This is the eleventh Warp News Impact Report to show what impact you as a Premium Supporter has.

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Highlights

  • We published Kevin Kelly's The Case for Optimism
  • Kelly's text is our most-read article - ever!
  • Second pre-event for the Warp Space Summit

Top 3 most read news articles in March

πŸ₯‡ Kevin Kelly: The Case for Optimism

πŸ₯ˆ Swedish inventors build a suit that reduces spasms

πŸ₯‰ The Earth is greener now than it was 20 years ago

πŸ’‘ We published Kevin Kelly's The Case for Optimism

Kevin Kelly founded Wired Magazine, has sold millions of books on understanding technological progress and held five TED talks with over seven million views.

At Warp News, we had the honor of publishing his The Case for Optimism in early August.

It is by far our most-read article in August and our most-read article ever!

πŸš€ Second pre-event for Warp Space Summit

In September Warp Space Summit will take place, and in August it was time for the second out of three pre-events.

Sweden's first astronaut, Christer Fuglesang, participated together with the space historian Johan GΓ€rdebo and Professor Jens Birch, who has developed a material for ESA's Jupiter mission, JUICE.

Reach in the last month

Last month our reach was 530,912. This is not unique individuals, but how many times our content was exposed to someone online.

People interacted with our content 38,796 times (likes, comments, shares, or clicks.)

45,625 people visited our news websites.

Our mission is to make people more optimistic about the future, so they see and grab the opportunities. A mission like that is, of course, hard to measure. But we believe that the more people we reach with fact-based optimistic content, the bigger impact we'll have.

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