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Best Of Our First Year

by | Oct 20, 2015 | 0 comments

I can’t believe it.  A year ago today I officially launched Social Suplex. I had no idea what to expect. With thousands and thousands of wrestling sites out there I knew it would be hard to get some traction. The past year has exceeded anything I could imagine. Within the past 12 months, this site has received over 40,000 page views and has been viewed in over 140 countries! That might not be a big deal to some, but considering this is a new site and I have no money for Google or Facebook advertising I think it’s pretty good. All this wouldn’t be possible without the help of Tyler Johnston of Cole Media who help me set up the site and hosts it. He took my idea of starting a simple wrestling blog and magnified it to what you see today. I also have to give a shout out to the writers who contributed to the site this year, especially Rich Latta. I want to say a big thank you to everyone who has read, subscribed, and shared our posts. I plan on Social Suplex being around for many years to come. To celebrate Social Suplex’s one year anniversary, I’ve put together our top ten most viewed posts starting from the most recent and going back in descending order.

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