The DrudgeReport is the top conservative political website of 2007, followed by, according to a survey by

The Wall Street Journal, New York Post, WorldNetDaily, Newsmax, Boston Herald, Free Republic, TownHall and U.S. News & World Report rounded out the top 10.

While WND has never considered itself “conservative,” it is currently ranked as the No. 1 conservative website by, the public rankings agency affiliated with

WND is also ranked as the 861st biggest website of any kind in the U.S. and No. 1 in the Alexa category of News and Media.

During WND’s 10 years on the Internet, it has also been honored as “the most popular website in the world” by the now-defunct European-based Global 100 ranking service, a website that allowed users to rank their favorite destinations on the Net, music groups, TV shows, movies, etc. In fact, WND remained No. 1 for more than 100 weeks in a row – an indication it has “the most loyal and passionate readers,” said Farah

WND has also been consistently ranked by several major Internet ratings agencies as the “stickiest” newssite on the Internet – meaning readers average more time on it than any other.

By WND’s own traffic counts, the site attracts about 8 million “unique visitors” (meaning different people) every month. It attracts between 50 million and 70 million pageviews per month.

WND was also the first content site on the Internet to begin a book-publishing imprint, WND Books, that has revolutionized the publishing industry in many ways. WND was the first Internet content site to launch a daily, nationally syndicated radio show, “Farah Live,” based on that content. And WND was the first content site on the Net to launch columnists into weekly syndication, including David Limbaugh, Bill O’Reilly and Joseph Farah.


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