Giving Thanks For My Quit & KTC

KTC Thanksgiving

Last week the KillTheCan.org forums celebrated it’s 9 year anniversary of helping people quit chewing tobacco. As we’ve done in the past, we had a one-day, site-wide roll call where folks put their name on a line and promised to be quit from nicotine for that day. The results were… outstanding. I wanted to … Continue reading

Giving Thanks For My Freedom From Nicotine & KTC

Thanksgiving - Freedom From Nicotine

Last week, KillTheCan.org celebrated it’s 8 year anniversary of helping people quit chewing tobacco.  As part of that celebration, we had a one-day, site-wide roll call where folks put their name on a line and promised to be quit from nicotine for that day.  We’ve done this in the past but the … Continue reading

Finding Your Quit In 2013

2013

I wrote a post last year called Finding Your Quit In 2012 where I looked at the various ways people found KillTheCan.org during the year.  I’m always interested to hear how people find us and which particular property they find first.  Our quit forums are now up over 17,000 (and … Continue reading

Finding Your Quit In 2012

2012-2013

It’s the last day of 2012, and before the calendar flips to 2013 tomorrow I wanted to take a look back at last year.  I’m always interested to hear how people found us.  As our quit forums (coming up on 15,000 members!) continue to grow, word of mouth is one of the major ways that … Continue reading

2011 – The Best of the KTC Blog

Top Ten

As I’ve said in previous posts, I’m a bit of a nerd when it comes to site analytics and how people find us.  During the past year, I find myself referring to something that’s been written here on the blog quite a few times so I figure I’d put this … Continue reading

How Did You Find The Site?

Digital Analytics

I’m always interested to hear how people found us.  Some folks are told about the site by a current member of our support forums.  Others see a KTC product and find us that way.  Word of mouth, the page suggestion tool, Twitter, Facebook, etc.  But by far the #1 way … Continue reading

So Much To Be Thankful For

Thanksgiving Peanuts

I’m sitting here on the day after the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend and I realize that I never  put into words this year all that I’ve got to be thankful for.  Bear with me… this will come back around to being on topic for the site. First and foremost, I’m … Continue reading