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Seeking Alpha ramping up

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Financial opinion aggregator Seeing Alpha is ramping up its traffic and overall site activity according to a blog post by the company’s founder and CEO, David Jackson.

Jackson’s November Update included a variety of data points, all accentuating the site’s growth:

  • Seeking Alpha’s new App Store has scored over 20k installs
  • new section launched targeting income investing
  • launch of a mobile site
  • site traffic hits all-time high

According to SA’s Jackson

During the week starting the 7th of November, Seeking Alpha had the strongest traffic in the history of our site — 7% more traffic that the second strongest week in the history of the site and 40% more than we saw in the same week in 2009

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