Free State Project Unveils New Website

July 9th, 2013   Submitted by Seth King

freestatemagnetAt last! The freestateproject.org has updated its website to reflect the 21st century. I think a lot of the reason the signup rate has been so slow for so long is because the old website looked abandoned, as if the project had also been abandoned. But no more! Now new visitors will see a vibrant movement that is alive and well. One the of the best features about the new website is the focus on the blog, and the ability of early movers to be able to contribute content. Shared blog articles can bring in thousands of visitors, easily. With the old website, there was never any new content to share, so naturally people didn’t share the same, tired, old website to their friends over and over. This way, a lot of new eyeballs are going to discover the Free State Project which means an increased rate of new participants. It sure has been fun seeing all the new movers arrive lately. I can’t wait until the day new movers are arriving at the rate of 10 or so per day. Wow! Anywho, check out the new site!

3 Responses to “Free State Project Unveils New Website”

  1. PeterNo Gravatar says:

    Very cool website indeed! Glad to see it updated!

    Maybe we’ll be able to receive blog updates by email too like we can on dailyanarchist.

  2. AK48No Gravatar says:

    It’s not really breaking the pledge if we leave and come back right?

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