We strive to produce positive, inspiring content, and people simply love to share it
New York City — The OSM! online magazine has reached more than 868,000 pages read and 3.3 million hits as the year 2014 closes in a few hours.
The OSM! team, composed of writers and contributors in New York City, Austin (Texas), Chicago, Melbourne (Florida), Cebu, Manila, and Europe, takes a bow in gratitude and pride with this staggering statistics.
The high volume of readership is attributed to readers who have now developed the habit of reading OSM! and sharing it to their network of friends.
“In digital journalism, the key is really to share information, instead of keeping it to make it exclusively distributed by a media organization. People have in their hands the capability to share content, and no longer primarily with the media agencies. Things have changed in the media environment and we are riding high on it,” said OSM! publisher and executive editor Marivir Montebon.
OSM! www.justcliqit.com was established on March 18, 2012, branding on positive journalism.
The top reading countries of OSM! are the US, China, Netherlands, Ukraine, France, Philippines, Italy, Turkey, Canada, and Germany.
Montebon said that for 2015, OSM! will continue to undertake entertaining, fun, and in-depth content for its readers worldwide.
Top Stories in 2014:
Elise Nicole Catalan: Cottonballs and Compassion: A Young Doctors Deals with Life and Death in a Public Hospital
Marivir Montebon: Where Have All the Millions of Dollars Gone? A Forum with Ninotchka Rosca and AF3IRM
Marivir Montebon: Cecile Azarcon Wows NYC Audience
Marivir Montebon: Women’s Movement Comes Full Circle with AF3IRM
Leani Auxilio: OSM! Digital Editor Tells Her Story of Domestic Violence
Sylvia Hubilla: New York, New York
Marivir Montebon: In Memoriam: Allan Jayme Rabaya
Marivir Montebon: Fil-Am Kirby Asunto Sings at July 4th in Philly
Sylvia Hubilla: OSM! Writer Tells About Triumphant Fight Vs. C
Janet Villa: The Dementia of Love
Marivir Montebon: After Modeling: Life Got Better
Marivir Montebon: It’s December: Filipinos Now Feel It’s Christmas in NYC
Marivir Montebon: Noli Me Tangere: A Resounding Hit
Marivir Montebon: Writers Can Party Too!
Merlie Alunan: Reinterpreting I Love Tacloban
Diane Roeder: Bamboo Stiletto
Most Searched Individuals and Items:
Allan Jayme Rabaya