Is Amazon-owned company purposely sabotaging sites which carry headlines contradictory to administration talking points?
In an apparent subversive effort intended to diminish the rising popularity of independent media, traffic stats acquired through the Amazon-owned web analytics service Alexa strangely indicate that many “conservative” websites suffered a steep decline in rankings through the month of October 2014. But a stunning and disturbing correlation shows that during the same timeframe, liberal-minded, pro-establishment sites were awarded a notable uptick in rankings.
Even more perplexing is that Alexa’s own data shows Infowars.com has only risen in popularity in recent months. Scroll down to see our Alexa subscription certified numbers and Google Analytics figures below.
The puzzling trend, first observed by World Net Daily reporter Leo Hohmann, appears to have affected many of the web’s most popular “alternative” sites, including WND, DrudgeReport.com, The Daily Caller, Infowars, [Ed. Note: And yes, SGT Report] and other major web pages which tend to carry headlines contradictory to administration talking points.
In contrast, websites for organizations typically known to toe the establishment line, such as NPR.org, MediaMatters.org and Think Progress, all saw their Alexa rankings rise, a strange occurrence which transcends mere coincidence.
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