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Below is a screen capture of Google Analytics blog statistics from Aug. 23, 2014-Sept. 22, 2014 to give you an idea of traffic and audience reach. Traffic is about 53% US and 47% non-US.

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A Note on Review Posts:

Please note that I do not accept payment from product manufacturers for reviews or posts. I also do not accept unsolicited guest posts. I do occasionally run manufacturer-sponsored product giveaways to readers in conjunction with review posts, and I occasionally run posts sponsored by third party retailers (never by product manufacturers).

I have earned credibility by being completely honest in my reviews, and refuse to compromise the integrity of my reviews by accepting monetary payment in conjunction with them. I am happy to entertain offers to review products, but be aware that my review will be honest and thorough – if I like a product, I will say so, if I don’t, I will say so as well. This approach has been very successful for me and is appreciated by my readers.

Also be aware that I am very selective about what I will review – I turn down far more review offers than I accept. I am more likely to review products that I would buy myself and that can integrate easily into my daily living and training. Given that Runblogger is a one-man show (though I do occasionally have friends review products for me), my time is limited to try products and write about them – don’t be offended if I turn down your offer for this reason. If you have a product you would like me to consider for a review, feel free to contact me.

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  1. mooreonrunning says:

    Damn! I thought I got a lot of visits on my site. You do a great job with your reviews and I love your race reports, so I am not surprised. Great ad policy.

  2. Scott Lynch says:

    That visitor’s profile looks like it would be a good race. ;-)

  3. Joel Bussjaeger says:

    I have recently started a Kickstarter project that was developed on some long runs. It is a product that is designed to hold your ear buds in place as you hit the road. I know that you have a very influential blog in the running world and I was hoping you would take a look at my page and let me know what you think about the concept.

    I would appreciate your input. Thanks in advance! Once we start manufacturing, I can send you a few pairs for your time!

  4. Molly Wren-Holmes says:


    My name is Molly Wren-Holmes and I am a student at Cal Poly SLO. WingFoot Iskiate: Chia Drink Mix is my senior project. It is basically chia seeds on-the-go that taste good! They’re great for endurance and this makes taking them convenient. What do you think?

    See the other 3 flavors-

    Thank you :)

  5. Steve Roumeliotis says:


    My name is Steve Roumeliotis, and we are producing a home-grown product that eliminates the worry about loose laces during a race, hike or adventure run. The product is called SUMO-Grip, and is available through It basically holds your lace knot (no matter how you tie it) and prevents it from coming loose. I have used the first prototypes for over 8 months and 1,000km of runs, and never have my laces come undone.

    Unlike other products, you do not replace or alter the original shoe laces.

    I would like to send you a pair to evaluate.

    Cheers and thank you for the great blog!


  6. Andrew T. says:

    Hey Peter,

    Alright this is no ordinary product needing review.
    We are a start-up out of Nashville, TN and we have an all-natural chia seed based energy gel.
    Two things performance gels lack are taste and stomach issues.
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  7. fredwaters says:


    I would imagine many of your readers utilize a treadmill, particularly in off season. would appreciate if you would review my ebook – “How to Select the Best Running Treadmill for your Body and Budget”
    at http://www.treadmill-ratings-r…. I have worked in the fitness equipment industry for 17 years and I am a trusted resource for treadmill reviews.

  8. Hey Peter,

    I am loving the blog! I can’t believe that I went for so long without stumbling across it. Thank you for sharing so much of your writing and your time with us. I aspire to have my own website gather as much traction as your’s has.

    Cliff |

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