Actually I know something of the answer. In the past two weeks obamaconsipracy.org has seen over 2,000 visitors. When anyone visits a web site, they leave behind a bit of information: their IP address, what browser they use, what operating system they run, what page they are looking at and sometimes the page that they were on before. Most of you run Internet Explorer as your browser, and most of you are Windows XP users. Most of you came here as a result of a web search. What’s interesting is where you came from, and what you were searching for.
Based on the name of this web site and it’s rankings with search engines, it’s no surprise that the number one search keywords leading visitors here is “obama conspiracy”. Here’s a table of the top things our visitors were looking for:
The startling result 😯 was that about one fourth of visitors came here from FreeRepublic.com, referred from this page there: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2151204/posts which says in an article titled “Refutation of Obama Birther Crackpottery” says to come here for “the facts”. Barack Obama’s Birth Certificate Doesn’t Really Say He Was Born in Hawaii. That tells me that FreeRepublic.com is getting a lot of traffic on this question and that at least somebody over there is “confident that any reasonable person who reads the material contained therein will conclude that the ‘certifigate’ controversy is nothing but a crackpot conspiracy theory.”
Most Popular Pages
Far and away, my article Barack Obama’s Birth Certificate Doesn’t Really Say He Was Born in Hawaii is the most popular on the site. I’m glad of that because it’s a good page with lots of solid information.
Those are the statistics, but why are you really here? Comments welcome.