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Thank you and a happy Christmas to you too, geez.LondonGrump (talk)
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- Fuck me, I am not worthy! I've got some time off in a couple of weeks so I'll get used to it slowly. Thanks. LondonGrump (talk) 21:41, 9 July 2019 (UTC)
I saw your post about CP and web traffic momentum.
I gave Andy some advice which he took and now Conservapedia is back into the Alexa 100,000.
Recently, I showed an organization how to increase the web traffic for their website from Google referral traffic and now it receives an extra 3.5 million monthly visitors. But now the competitiveness of the website has leveled off in relation to its competing websites. It requires a lot of effort, focus, dedication to quality content and expertise in digital marketing for a website to increase its Alexa or Similarweb.com ranking over a long period of time. And right now, I don't have the time to help this website further.
Donald Trump will probably run for president again which will boost Conservapedia's traffic. Now that the pandemic has waned in the USA, Biden will have a much tougher slog to retain the approval of the American public. Time will tell who wins the White House in 2024. Given the big divide in American politics and the fickleness of the American public, political prognostications on who will win the presidential race in 2024 at this point are a fool's errand.
- Keep me informed, Ken. LondonGrump (talk) 18:12, 6 July 2021 (UTC)