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Here are some stats as of October 26, 2012

-148 GFC Followers
-194 Twitter Followers
-653 Pinterest Follwers
-105 Followers on Purple Kale's Facebook Page
October Views- 3,100+

As of January 14, 2013

-454 GFC Followers
-266 Feedburner Followers
-848 Pinterest Followers
-835 Twitter Followers
-1024 Facebook Likes
-132 Followers on Instagram
December Views- 7,100+

As of March 22nd, 2013

-1048 Followers via GFC, Bloglovin, Feedburner, and Email
-1,543 Pinterest Followers
-1,706 Twitter Followers
-1,029 Facebook Likes
-154 Followers on Instagram

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