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The Hudsucker is an online magazine made up of unique and dedicated writers with fresh voices from across the country and overseas. Our team of writers are passionate and driven, bringing forth their personalities in each article. Since its inception in 2012, The Hudsucker has continuously proven how writing is our strongest fingerprint. By creating a smart and ambitious environment for readers, the digital magazine focusing on popular culture aims to be relatable through experiences and passions.

The Hudsucker’s 2014 Year in Review

THS 2014 Review

We’ve had an amazing 2014 at The Hudsucker and with two years going strong, our creative and passionate team of writers have seen much success from their contributions to our online magazine. From interviews and reviews, research pieces and commentaries, to series and group collaborations, there has been much to discuss and read in the past year, while challenging thought.

While we have much more to prove to our readers in 2015, we take a look back at The Hudsucker’s year thanks to WordPress.com’s organizers who have prepared an annual report for our online magazine.

Here’s an excerpt:

The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. The Hudsucker was viewed about 99,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 4 days for that many people to see it.

What was our most popular article from the past year? What are some of our best attractions? Where do our readers come from? 

Click here to see the full report…

Read. Think. Repeat.

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Stay tuned as we have plenty in store for you in the new year! Connect with us on FacebookTwitterTumblr and Pinterest!

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