WCE Top Cities / Most Read Articles for November 2017

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Want to know what cities are reading the site and listening to the podcast in November?  What about our biggest articles?  We’ve got them all listed here.  If you’re looking for the best online sportsbook, you can find that at MyBookie.ag, and you can get a 50% deposit bonus over there right now by using promo code WCE50.

We moved the Winning Cures Everything website to a new host at the beginning of February this year, and we’ve continued to experiment with making it the best possible website it can be.

Since then, we have grown exponentially, and I cannot thank you guys enough for that.

We are now 10 months into this thing, so we wanted to give you an idea of where our traffic is coming from.

We are doing this every month, and we’ll do a year long version in January.

These are the 4 things we will show you on this:

  • Top 25 Cities that have visited the website
  • Our Top 10 Most Read Articles
  • Top 25 Cities that listen to the podcast
  • Our Top 5 Most Listened-To Podcasts

Top Cities for the Website in November

1. Atlanta, GA
2. Hattiesburg, MS
3. Memphis, TN
4. Jackson, MS
5. Starkville, MS
6. Madison, AL
7. Dallas, TX
8. Flowood, MS
9. Nashville, TN
10. Tupelo, MS
11. New Orleans, LA
12. Oxford, MS
13. Olive Branch, MS
14. Ridgeland, MS
15. Birmingham, AL
16. Seattle, WA
17. Houston, TX
18. Austin, TX
19. Meridian, MS
20. Orlando, MS
21. Columbus, OH
22. Knoxville, TN
23. Charlotte, NC
24. Chicago, IL
25. Washington D.C.

Atlanta has always been our biggest market.  SEC melting pot down there, much the same as Memphis.  Hattiesburg, while the home of Southern Miss, is also an SEC hotbed spot for Miss St and Ole Miss fans.

We are hitting in some bigger markets again.  This time we brought in Dallas, Nashville, New Orleans, Birmingham, Seattle, Houston, Austin, Columbus (Ohio St country), Knoxville, Charlotte, Chicago and Washington D.C. (where a good number of the hits from there are coming from somebody in the White House).


Top Cities for the Podcast

1. Memphis, TN
2. Bowling Green, KY
3. Boca Raton, FL
4. San Jose, CA
5. Jackson, MS
6. Olive Branch, MS
7. Ridgeland, MS
8. Brandon, MS
9. Los Angeles, CA
10. Oxford, MS
11. Birmingham, AL
12. Hattiesburg, MS
13. Starkville, MS
14. Madison, MS
15. Tupelo, MS
16. Mountain View, CA
17. University, MS
18. Dallas, TX
19. Mississippi State, MS
20. Clinton, MS
21. Nashville, TN
22. Little Rock, AR
23. Ocean Springs, MS
24. Ashburn, VA
25. London, UK

The podcast cities are always different than the website cities.  We’ve got a much bigger stronghold in Memphis, our hometown, this past month.  Apparently my local promotions are working well here.

Not sure how Bowling Green, KY has jumped up so high this month.  Not sure what the stronghold SEC market is there.  Same with Boca Raton, FL and San Jose, CA.  Nice to see some international love with London jumping in at the bottom of the top 25 as well.

There really are SEC & College Football fans just about everywhere.


Top 10 Most Read Articles for Nov 2017

#1. 11/22: An E-Mail of Ole Miss Conspiracy Theories, with a Response from Tom Mars
#2. 11/21: Player claims deception by Ole Miss / Tom Mars responds to message board rumors
#3. 11/08: Why Mike Leach will not get hired for a bigger coaching job
#4. 11/10: Ole Miss vs NCAA: It’s Been 8 Weeks. Where’s the NCAA’s Report?
#5. 11/17: Jon Gruden’s Tennessee talk in Seattle DID make sense
#6. 11/07: New College Football Video Game is in the works
#7. 10/31: Coaching Candidates: Which Coaches Fit Best at Each SEC Opening?
#8. 11/01: Top 10 Best College Football Podcasts
#9. 09/23: Rutgers compared to Ole Miss, and why the NCAA might delay release of sanctions
#10. 02/23: Ole Miss vs NCAA: All Your Questions Answered


Top 5 Most Listened-To Podcasts for Nov 2017

  1. Podcast 166: 11.21.17 / College Football Week 12 Recap
  2. Podcast 169: 11.22.17 / Cecil Hurt (TideSports.com) interview, Iron Bowl Preview
  3. Podcast 168: 11.22.17 / Ole Miss player and Tom Mars case, Big Game Previews
  4. Podcast 156: 11.02.17 / GET THAT MONEY CFB and NFL gambling picks
  5. Podcast 161: 11.10.17 / Big Game Friday previews for College Football and the NFL

About Gary Segars 599 Articles
Gary began his first website in 1998 as a sophomore in high school, writing reviews of cds and live shows in the Memphis area. He became editor of his college newspaper, then moved towards a career in music.He started the infamous MemphisTider.com blog during the 2006 football season, and was lucky enough to get into blogging just before the coaching search that landed Nick Saban at Alabama. The month and a half long coaching search netted his site, which was known for tracking airplanes, over 1 million hits in less than 90 days. The website introduced Gary to tons of new friends, including Nico and Todd, who had just started the site RollBamaRoll.com.After diving into more than just Alabama news, Gary started up his first installment of WinningCuresEverything.com in 2012. After keeping the site quiet for a while, it was started back up in April 2016. Gary then joined forces with high school friend Chris Giannini and began a podcast during the 2016 football season that runs at least 2 times a week, focusing on college football, NFL football, and sports wagering, and diving into other sports and pop-culture topics.E-mail: gary@winningcureseverything.com Twitter: @GaryWCE