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Thanks to you, the readers, for making January 2013 the most successful month in terms of total visits.

And unlike the gold-loving Daily Bell, which expects you to believe they get 17 million hits a month — despite their Alexa ranking tanking — and it being proven that they lied about their website numbers, you can verify my claims by tracking my daily visitor numbers on the main page.

Previously, the best month was November 2011, thanks to my article, Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker laughs at the great increase in wealth disparity over the past 10 to 15 years, and at Americans for not speaking out more forcibly against it, being picked up by Rense.com, but this month, the views were mostly due to Web searches.

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no spam!

Beginning in the early hours of November 25, 2012, I started receiving what would end up being 30 suspicious spam comments on my blog, all with links to different Facebook profiles, and all containing at least one spelling mistake.

I had never experienced this before in the four years I have run my blog.

This came just over a week after my November 18 article, It’s official: The Daily Bell lied about their website numbers, and a week after my November 21 article, The Daily Bell demonstrates the importance of impression management.

The reason I mention that is because out of the first 30 spam comments, four were on articles about the Daily Bell, which is statistically significant, given that I have written over 670 articles since 2008. In addition to the spam comments on articles about the Daily Bell, many of the others were related to things that the Daily Bell regularly writes about such as gold, silver and so-called fiat currency.

The second round of suspicious spam comments was even more revealing, with four out of the 18 being about the Daily Bell.

First I was ignored by the Daily Bell, then they clicked through to my site at least three times after my articles got picked up on Michael Rivero’s What Really Happened, and after it was proven that they had lied about their website numbers, I got a regular reader insisting he’s not a “DB agent” writing in-depth criticisms and never bothering to comment on his assertion being proven to be incorrect that the Daily Bell hadn’t adopted an “elite methodology” it had previously blasted, when I showed the screen capture of the Daily Bell including Alexa verification code on their site.

For more on the Daily, see my comprehensive set of articles here.

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In 1985 Madonna famously said, “we are living in a material world,” but in 2012, we are living in a video world.

You will notice that whenever you do a Google search for something that has prominent videos on the Web, Google will put several videos on its first page of hits, often near the top.

Given that most people don’t go past the first page of search results, this shows that a primary Search Engine Optimization strategy should be to provide links to videos, especially YouTube clips, with the relevant search tags.

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English: Google Logo officially released on Ma...As pointed out on Charles Giuliani’s Truth Hertz on June 29, 2012 (starting at 8:21), Google’s Web search has a double standard, which I had heard of several years ago.

For instance, if you search for “Italian crime” or “Asian crime,” you are presented with normal search results, yet if you search for “Jewish crime,” you are presented with this message near the bottom:

Offensive Search Results
http://www.google.com/explanation
We’re disturbed about these results as well. Please read our note here.

I’m disturbed and offended by any crime, so why is Google particularly concerned about “offensive” search results for “Jewish crime”?

Previously, I wrote the article, Hypocritical grandstanding by Ebay and Chapters Indigo, about Chapters Indigo owner Heather Reisman’s double standard of banning Hitler’s Mein Kampf, while profiting off the sales of lesser-known books like Martin Luther’s, On the Jews and Their Lies.

Update: I didn’t use quotation marks in my search, but used it in the article to separate it from the rest of the text, so do the search without quotation marks, as I don’t see the notice when I search using quotation marks.

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Paul Craig Roberts

Paul Craig Roberts, former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury and Father of Reaganomics, said on June 23, 2011:

“Even Internet sites on which I am among the readers’ favorites will not allow me to report on Harrit’s findings.” ["University of Copenhagen nano-chemist Niels Harrit who reports finding unreacted nano-thermite in dust samples from the WTC towers."]

From a Web search, we can deduce which sites he writes for that he’s not referring to, which are few and far between.

Do some of these sites include some big so-called liberty-themed sites? Without naming names, I’ll leave it up to my readers to suggest any possible suspects.

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