I’ve been tracking the number of pageviews of RxTrace for the last two years and I can report to you that I have recently observed a fairly abrupt rise of those numbers that I describe as a “surge” when compared with the previous trend. The surge I am seeing started in November (discounting December when the holidays interfere with readership stats) and continues to this day. I have seen a comparable surge of the number of new subscription requests for RxTrace.
What is the cause of this development? I have a theory which I will share with you. With this essay I am also announcing that I have formalized an RxTrace advertising program to enable companies to advertise their events, products and services unobtrusively in the margins. More about that in a minute, but first, here is a graph of the relative number of pageviews each month for the last two years. Continue reading The Abrupt Surge of Interest in Serialization and ePedigree Topics
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