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Dublin: New Blog For Citizen’s Free Press Ireland.com

11 Oct

FOLLOW THIS LINK FOR FUTURE POSTS:

http://www.citizensfreepressireland.com/

Current Photo Albums at:

http://picasaweb.google.com/106601042721625135361

Follow J. P. on facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/greagues2 &

http://twitter.com/freepressdublin 

Link to photo Archive:

https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=7d84d8d85790ac27

 
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Editor Saying Thank You People For 255,000 Views Over The Past Year

25 Sep

On September 28th 2010 this blog switched from My Space to WORDPRESS.com.

Within that 12 month period readers have viewed the blog a total of 255,000 times.

As editor I want to say “THANK YOU PEOPLE”.

The name and address of the blog has been now changed to:

https://drugsinfonewslineireland.wordpress.com/

J. P. Anderson. Editor:

Dublin: Best Online News Publication 2010 Nomination For Citizens Free Press Ireland

10 Feb

LOST CHILDREN IN THE WILDERNESS NOMINATED FOR BEST WEB AWARD:

Citizen’s Free Press Ireland News line / then JP-Ireland.spaces.live.com was nominated by sponsors www.Insure.ie for a best Irish 2010 web award in the NEWS and MEDIA category – BEST WEB ONLY PUBLICATION.

Since then jp-ireland.spaces.live.com has moved to HERE – https://drugsinfonewslineireland.wordpress.com.

Since going on-line in November 2006 as a DRUGS AWARENESS news blog at yahoo360 the page has received over one million hits. When the yahoo360 blog social networking site was discontinued by yahoo.com the content of my yahoo360 blog was transferred to my yahoo profile where there are some 2,400 articles published and available free to the public WORLDWIDE.

Having received some two months notice of the impending loss of the yahoo360 social networking site I moved all future BLOG publications over to my second already existing page at myspaces.com.

In order to extend the information that my BLOG was making available FREE to the public. –

I opened a page with FACEBOOK and have also joined TWITTER in order to progress the rapid spread of news to my GLOBAL READERSHIP across my web-NEWS and PHOTO pages.

 

 

 

          

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jpdublin &

 

 

 

http://picasaweb.google.com/106601042721625135361

 

With the closure of the my-spaces social networking site the content of my page at jp-ireland.spaces.com was transferred to wordpress.com on 28th September 2010 where the page continues to consistently receive between 800 and 1,500 views each day.

In the 48 hours prior to the final plug being pulled on (yahoo360) my yahoo360 page received a string of hits numbering 49,000.

LINKS:

Citizen’s Free Press Ireland: News Line is syndicated across the worldwide news media and hundreds of news media websites like TV / Radio, online news agencies, BLOGS and social networking sites and so on have posted links to:

 

 

https://drugsinfonewslineireland.wordpress.com

NEWS MAKES NEWS:

BUT IT IS MY WORLDWIDE FOLLOWING OF A REGULAR CORE READERSHIP ESTIMATED TO BE AN APOSTOLATE OF OVER 50,000

THAT MAKES Citizens Free Press Ireland: News Line – an online global community.

THANKS PEOPLE:

J. P. Anderson. EDITOR

Citizen’s Free Press Ireland: News Line: Pool

13 Oct

Irish Dancers World-Wide Web Link

5 Aug

Irish Dancers World-Wide Web Link

By J. P. Anderson

A new Irish social networking site has been launched, with its focus on Irish dancing.

Following the success of shows such as Riverdance a decade ago, it is now thought that in excess of 250,000 people take Irish dancing classes worldwide.

The new site hopes to plug into both the spread of Irish dance and the success of networking sites such as Bebo and MySpace.

Diddlyi.com allows Irish dancers and schools from around the world to share advice, meet other dancers, and promote Irish culture.

Set up by Tipperary-born brothers Paul and former Riverdancer Shane McAvinchey, the site was launched last month and already sees thousands of visitors each week.

In April, the World Irish Dancing Championships in Glasgow saw 4,000 competitors from over 300 dance schools attending. 12 countries, from as far apart as the US, Japan, South Africa and Germany, were represented at the event.

More than of half the competitors were from outside Ireland.