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Last updated on March 6th, 2018 at 12:30 am
Margo Kingston’s final Webdiary post:
Unfortunately I couldn’t get funding in time to stop me going broke …
And the ad currently running at Webdiary:
UPDATE. According to Webdiary’s completely ethical advertising plea, the site is massively popular:
On current (February 2006) site traffic, on each weekday your ad will be seen by 500-750 unique vistors, who average 1.5 visits each, and at weekends it will be seen by 3-400 unique visitors on each day, with the same 1.5 visit average. The average visit involves looking at around 5 pages in around 10 minutes, so on average each vistor will each see your ad 6-8 times. These numbers are independent ratings supplied by the Nielsen//NetRatings SiteCensus service. As you may have seen, the other major web rating service, Hitwise, rated this site as the most popular site in Australia in its class.
That class, reveals the ill-formatted Hitwise page, is: Lifestyle – Childrens sites.
UPDATE II. Andrew West reports:
Howard fudged the details of his policies at the 1996 election, so much so that people like Robert Manne, Julian Burnside and Margo Kingston actually voted for him …
They possibly also had affairs in Ireland with fake Australians, who now live with their families in Falmouth, England.
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