195 MILLION HITS!!!
Feb. 2008-Dec, 2016
101,000-plus Unique Daily Visitor IPs logged a month!
300,000 Pages Viewed a month!
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CALIFORNIA INDIAN EDUCATION
The CALIFORNIA INDIAN EDUCATION (CALIE) website was created in February 2008 by APAPAS DEVELOPMENT CO, a privately-owned American Indian company that specializes in professional consulting services, including strategic communications for government-to-government relations and effective marketing strategies in the Digital Age.
CALIE CELEBRATES NINTH ANNIVERSARY (Feb. 2017)
Above Latest Visitors screenshot reflects fairly typical traffic for the CALIE.ORG website only.
Established February of 2008 by Ernie C. Salgado Jr., www.californiaindianeducation.org website celebrated its 8th anniversary during Feb. 2016.
STATISTICS (calie.org domain only):
- HITS: 195 MILLION plus (about 3 million Hits a month)
- PAGES VIEWED: about 300,000 per month
- UNIQUE DAILY VISITORS: 4 million plus (logging about 120,000 per month)
OUR TOP 10 MOST POPULAR PAGES:
Our affiliated websites include Ahmium Learning Center, Inc. (established 1975), the California Indian Education website (61 million hits), and the Kumeyaay Information Village website (140 million hits) as of 2013.
CALIE.ORG currently collaborates with the twenty seven California Indian Education Centers established by the California Department of Education; the Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association, Inc. (SCTCA); and the twenty seven Tribal Governments located in Southern California.
Through this enormous California Indian Network, we reach a select group of Tribal leaders & members, casino managers & guests, community leaders, students & teachers, government representatives, including non-Tribal visitors from around the world who are interested in Native American culture.
CALIE's initial goal is to develop a modern educational Web-based communications engine to serve Native American Indian communities as well as non-Native Americans with a dynamic centralized cyber village network, and set new standards for user interaction and sharing of relevant data across the Internet and around the world.
CALIFORNIA INDIAN EDUCATION academic staff, students and volunteers will stand together committed to building a better understanding and community relationships between school children, young adults, adults and elders for a stronger United States of America.
Please CONTACT CALIE for more information.