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πŸ“ Warp News Impact Report - July 2021

πŸ“ Warp News Impact Report - July 2021

Record-breaking reach in July, unique surveys on negative news and vaccines and first pre-event for the Warp Space Summit.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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

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Highlights

  • First pre-event for the Warp Space Summit
  • Unique survey about negative news
  • Warp News survey: Confidence in vaccines is increasing
  • Record reach - almost one million views

Top 3 most read news articles in March

πŸ₯‡ Β Human Progress for Beginners – an interview with Tony Morley

πŸ₯ˆ NASA: The Earth is greener now than it was 20 years ago

πŸ₯‰ SpaceX's Starlink kit: Unboxing, setup, and speed testing the beta program

πŸš€ First pre-event for Warp Space Summit

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

We presented the first keynote speaker, Dr. Tanya Harrison. Rich Spuller and Cornelia Ekvall talked about Starlink. And then we interviewed Eric Berger about his book Liftoff, about SpaceX's first dramatic years.

πŸ“° Unique survey about negative news

Our mission is to make people more optimistic about the future, so it comes sooner.

This is slowed down by the pessimistic view of the future that many people have, which they largely get from the media.

Therefore, we conducted a survey to start a debate. 60 percent think there is a majority of negative news in news media and 42 percent become more pessimistic when they consume the news.

🎧 Swedish Public Radio reports on our survey

The radio program Medierna is the most listened-to program among journalists and media executives in Sweden. Therefore, it was great that they reported on our survey.

πŸ’‰ Warp News survey: Confidence in vaccines is increasing

We have also investigated whether confidence in vaccines has increased or decreased since the onset of the pandemic.

News media have bombarded us with anti-vaxers, blood clots and other negative things about vaccines, but despite that, confidence has increased.

Reach in the last month

Last month our reach was 947,536. This is not unique individuals, but how many times our content was exposed to someone online.

People interacted with our content 47,442 times (likes, comments, shares, or clicks.)

27,008 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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