LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) November 20, 2018
As terrorism continues to pose a major threat around the world, more people can learn how to protect themselves through an upcoming new-and-improved version of an already-popular blog website by industry expert James Feldkamp.
The website, which focuses on world history and world events with an emphasis on terrorism, can be found at http://www.jamesfeldkamp.com/. Since its launch, the site has become extremely popular among users, receiving more traffic and attention than initially anticipated. In fact, it has attained numerous number-one rankings across all of the major search engines.
The increased revenue and attention that Feldkamp’s website has generated has motivated him to release version 2.0 of the site sooner than originally planned. The release date for version 2.0 is now Dec. 1, 2018, instead of early next year.
The updated blog website will feature social media integration along with other features that users have specifically requested. Feldkamp will announce these other features as the release date draws closer.
James Feldkamp is a retired United States naval commander and a former Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent. On his website, he provides dynamic content aimed at teaching people the history of terrorism and declassified information, as well as how they can survive terrorist attacks. In other words, the information he provides is both educational and practical. His ultimate intent is to give readers the context they need to understand how terrorism came about, as well as what they can do about it going forward.
According to Feldkamp, understanding both the history and the future of terrorism is important because the tactics used to carry out terrorist attacks in the past are very different from the strategies used today. In today’s world, terrorists are turning to social media to recruit more supporters of their causes, for example. With the help of Feldkamp’s soon-to-be-updated blog, more individuals in the United States and around the world can feel prepared to handle terrorist situations in the years to come.