2018 Sigma Frame Performance Report

Σ Frame’s second annual traffic performance report.

Readership: All


I started blogging on March 7, 2008, using Blogger as my blog platform. On September 27, 2017, I transferred the best of my blog writings from Blogger to WordPress, and continued from there. It was a good choice. I received more views on WordPress in the first two months, than I had on Blogger in the previous 8 years.

Goals and Purposes

My goals and purposes in blogging are summed up in my About page. I value easily readable, and high content quality posts that stand the test of time – writings that would be of value to readers even decades from now.


During the early part of 2018, I approached blogging by reading a few posts and internet articles every day, and if I found something of interest, I saved the link with a brief description in a word file. Over time, I would see themes emerging, and then I selected the related sources and used them to form the backbone of a new piece of writing.

Later in 2018, I changed jobs and opened up a small business. After that, my mindset changed, and I started interacting more with other bloggers to come up with topics for my posts.


As you may have noticed, I seldom write about cutting edge topics in news or society, and I only cover politics or history occasionally. Instead, I focus more on deeper issues, and the cognition and processing of such issues, hence, the word ‘Frame’, in the blog’s title. These issues include some of the following.

  • Applications of faith and evangelistic outreach.
  • Archetypes and Typology.
  • Biblical exegesis, eisegesis and hermeneutics.
  • How to interpret facts in order to arrive at a more logical and truthful conclusion.
  • How to understand and build effective processes of interaction with others.
  • Renewing the spirit and improving the experience of life.
  • Strategies for building and implementing Frame.
  • Testimonies and other true stories.


I studied two major projects in 2018:

  1. Discipline in Marriage
  2. Courtship Models

Noteworthy Posts

In the post, Buckle Down for the Ride of the Centuries (August 9, 2018), I predicted an economic crash later in the year. Two months later, on October 10, we saw the first sign of a bear market.



Here are the 2018 stats for Σ Frame.


Number of followers joining in 2018: 82
Total number of followers (on WordPress): 94

Number of views in 2018: 42,186 views
Total number of views (on WordPress): 46,632 views

Number of visitors in 2018: 15,073
Total number of visitors (on WordPress): 16,162

Average views per visitor: 2.8
Average views per day: 116

Most popular day and hour: Monday, 8:00 pm

The best day for views ever: 491 views on November 21, 2018, as a result of fellow blogger Adam Piggott’s post: A follow up on the things we like in chicks. (November 20, 2018)

The top five countries with the most viewers:

  1. United States: 26,299
  2. Canada: 2,625
  3. Australia: 2,275
  4. United Kingdom: 2,202
  5. Germany: 785

Note: All of these countries are well developed, democratic, capitalistic societies that are being smothered by post-modern, feministic social ideologies.

Total number of viewing countries: 148

The top five search engine terms leading people to Σ Frame:

  1. “sigma frame blog”
  2. “slut tells”
  3. “irresistible feminine quality”
  4. “sigma frame”
  5. “irresistible woman traits”

Note: It appears as though I’m known for knowing women.

Odd search terms which have led people to Σ Frame:

  1. asassin’s creed odyssey
  2. dogs that don’t shed
  3. hyperpigmentation
  4. literotoca
  5. normal dd

The top five incoming referrers (other than search engines and readers):

  1. Boxer: 461 (from v5k2c2.com); 134 (from Gravatar)
  2. Gunner Q: 468
  3. Adam Piggott: 444
  4. Spawny’s Space: 354
  5. Russian Faith: 354

The top five blogs receiving the most traffic from Σ Frame:

  1. Boxer: 1,173
  2. Spawny’s Space: 840
  3. Gunner Q: 786
  4. Saving Eve: 677
  5. Notes from a Red Pill Girl: 641


Total number of posts published in 2018: 88
Total number of posts published in 2017: 38
Total number of all posts: 194

The top five most popular pages/posts (other than the Home Page):

  1. What To Do When A Girl Tries To Make You Jealous (April 22, 2018): 4,151
  2. 16 Qualities of an Irresistible Woman (December 1, 2017): 1,857
  3. Sexual Market Value (SMV) vs. Marriage Market Value (MMV) (July 27, 2017): 1,238
  4. List of Slut Tells (October 15, 2017): 1,201
  5. Discipline in Marriage (Page): 848

The top five most popular Tags & Categories:

  1. Models of Success: 444
  2. For the Married: 339
  3. Male Power: 338
  4. Strategy: 262
  5. Holding Frame: 235

Likes and Comments

Number of likes in 2018: 314
Total number of likes: 343
Number of comments in 2018: 625
Total number of comments: 1,014

The top five posts with the most comments:

  1. Ladies Should Respect the Man and Love the Boy (June 28, 2018): 31
  2. Leaving a Legacy to Future Generations (December 5, 2017): 30
  3. Psychological Projection and the Mirror Effect (December 9, 2017): 24
  4. 16 Qualities of an Irresistible Woman (December 1, 2017): 22
  5. How to Understand Guys with Asperger’s or Autism (July 1, 2018): 19

The top five most prolific commentators (excluding myself):

  1. Earl: 60
  2. Ame: 55
  3. SFC Ton: 44
  4. Stephanie: 36
  5. Lexet: 26

That’s all, folks!


About Jack

Jack is a world traveling artist, skilled in trading ideas and information, none of which are considered too holy, too nerdy, nor too profane to hijack and twist into useful fashion. Sigma Frame Mindsets and methods for building and maintaining a masculine Frame
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5 Responses to 2018 Sigma Frame Performance Report

  1. Ed Hurst says:

    I’ve been thinking that a lot RP bloggers could do well placing their work into the wider context. Too much of what I once read had a narrow focus. While it was fresh, that was okay, but now that’s it matured, it needs a wider view. There are a lot of implications for approaching life the way we do.


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