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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

The Ron Paul Internet Dilemma

The Ron Paul Internet Dilemma
By Alex Hammer

I am not a Ron Paul fan, but I am a fan of the Internet and the powerful roles that it is playing already in the Presidential campaigns.

Ron Paul has been excelling amongst the top sites on the web: Google, YouTube, Technorati, etc.

Here’s the details:

You might be surprised to learn that Ron Paul’s website, according to industry leader (part of is currently getting more traffic than the web sites of Hillary Clinton, Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, John McCain or John Edwards.

It’s true. But the mainstream media has not been reporting it. Even thought there is considerable Ron Paul chatter online.

Ron Paul’s traffic even passed Obama’s but then Obama’s site passed Paul’s back.

Ron Paul is the number one search term - in any area - on Technorati.

He excels on YouTube, and on Google.

He’s done well in online polling, although there is an issue with ABC who felt that his supporters were gaming the system (see link above).

This isn’t an article on Ron Paul’s policies. I certainly don’t agree with some of his views, and I might not have enough time to fully write about that were I to try.

But I don’t want to see the main shut out. Click here for more.


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