Well Philly sports fans, we’ve made it through another year together and what a year it has been for us here at Philadelphia Sports Nation.

Although Philadelphia Sports Nation is less than a year old, we have still managed to become a major force in the Philadelphia sports world, collecting over 89,000 views over the course of this year.

In January of this year, Jonathan Blum and I launched this website with a mission to take over the Philadelphia sports world by force with the combination of the website, Nation Facebook pages and Nation Twitter accounts. We eventually squeezed every bit that we could out of our old site, and with the help of CG360 Media Group, in October of this year, created the new and improved Philadelphia Sports Nation website, shown below:

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Unfortunately since we had to re-launch our website, we do not have the exact statistics from January to September of this year. However from October to December, we collected over 31,000 views on our new site (an average of 10,333.3 views per month), which is more site views than any month before the re-launch.

The Top 7 Most Viewed Articles on PHLSportsNation.com (from October 2012 to December 2012):

7. Vick’s Days With Eagles (Hopefully) Numbered 

6. Only Andy Reid Can Fire Andy Reid

5. Scott Hartnell Had Some Fun Yesterday

4. Iguodala Issues Statement to Sixers Fans

3. Jon Gruden Met with Juan Castillo This Past Week

2. How Andy Reid Will Coach in 2013

1. Report: Andy Reid Could Be Next Head Coach of the Dallas Cowboys 

Jonathan and I would like to thank everyone who has made Philadelphia Sports Nation what it is today, as the list is too long for us to name everyone on this article. We hope we provide you with one of the best, if not the best, place to get your Philadelphia sports news, on not only a local level, but also a national level.

We have some things up our sleeves for 2013, as we look to become even better and become your go-to place for all things Philadelphia sports for many years to come.

Have a happy new year and go Philadelphia Sports Nation!

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