October 6, 2014
One thing we have always been proud of here at Flagstick is that we have never rested on our laurels. It was only a matter of months after the print magazine was first published in 1996 that we jumped into the digital space and started our first website. That site, or at least the evolution of it that you are reading here, now serves thousands of readers each day and continues to grow. This year alone we are up another 20+ percent in traffic.
From the start we were not shy about the digital domain, from diving into partnerships with golf forums like GolfWRX.com (now the busiest of its kind in the world), or crafting a social media strategy all the way back in 2006.
One leap we made that was part of our growth was the move to publish content on and be part of the conversations on @Twitter.
When we joined Twitter @Jeff Bauder on December 3, 2008 it was a much different place. A much quieter place. At the time there were just 6 million people on the platform. Most people used it to let other people know where they were in short messages. "Conversations" were mostly shouting into an…
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