FDA Law Blog Turns 4!

March 4, 2011

Whether you say it in English, German (“Alles Gute zum Geburtstag FDA Law Blog!”), Hebrew (“Yom Huledet Same'ach FDA Law Blog!”), Hindi (“Janam Din ki badhai FDA Law Blog!”), Japanese (“Otanjou-bi Omedetou Gozaimasu FDA Law Blog!”), Zulu (“Ilanga elimndandi kuwe FDA Law Blog!”), or any other language, on March 6th, 2011, we’re happy to accept all Happy Birthday wishes.  On that day we turn the big 4.  Oh, and what a year it was.  We had about 360 posts, for a total of more than 1,160 posts since we started this gig.  (That’s a lot of writing!)  Our readership and subscribers continue to grow, with about 5,200 folks getting our posts on a daily basis, and we’re poised to top the 1 million hit mark for our blog webpage. 

We are particularly proud that for the second year in a row the American Bar Association named FDA Law Blog as one of the top legal “blawgs” in the blogosphere when the organization announced the “Blawg 100” last November.   Blog search engine Technorati consistently ranks FDA Law Blog well within the top 1% of all blogs in the English-language blogosphere, and with a high “authority” – the measurement of a blog’s standing and influence in the blogosphere.

And we would, of course, be remiss if we did not thank our loyal readers!  We appreciate your support and your thoughtful comments.  We also thank our Hyman, Phelps & McNamara, P.C. colleagues for their time and dedication to writing interesting and informative posts.

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