1. Is the internet marketing for the website EvoWiki being run by RationalWiki baboons?
2. Was March 15, 2013, the Ides of March, a BAD day for Darwinism, just like we predicted?
3. Is there compelling evidence that Creation Ministries International has momentum and is on its way to be a creationist powerhouse in America?
March 15, 2013, the Ides of March, was a BAD day for Darwinism just like we predicted!
If you click on the Quantcast graphs above, you will see that March 15, 2013 was a bad day for Darwinism, just like we predicted!
For more information on how March 15, 2013, the Ides of March, was a very BAD day for Darwinism, please see:
March 15, 2013 was a very BAD day for Darwinism
Momentum! Creation Ministries International keeps receiving more and more web traffic from United States. It is poised to be a creationist powerhouse in the United States.
The web traffic of Creation Ministries International keeps growing in America and the percentage of web traffic coming from America is growing too. Also, today it is reported that based on Quantcast's index of websites, that Creation.com has a uniques index of 112 from United States web traffic which is 12 points higher than the average website in their database.
On October of 2012, its Quantcast uniques index for United States web traffic was only 106. See: Proof and evidence that the Question Evolution! Campaign is growing in America
On November 6, its Quantcast uniques index from the United States was 110. See: Grinding down of American Darwinism
Based on our research, we believe that Creation.com can increase its number of web visitors from America by 170,000 web visitors a month in two years. It is very doable.
Why is this important?
It is important because Gallup recently showed that American young earth creationism is now growing in America and now stands at 46% of Americans. In addition, our Question Evolution! group has a goal of creating a creationist majority in the United States which is a key battleground. See: Creating a creationist majority in America and bringing down the walls of Darwinism
Is the internet marketing for EvoWiki being run by RationalWiki baboons?
And once people get a taste of real science when it comes to origins, they will never go back to evolutionary bunkum websites like EvoWiki which now has such low web traffic that Compete.com no longer tracks it. The website traffic tracking company Compete reported that as of August 20, 2012, EvoWiki had only 771 unique visitors a month. Evidently, its fortunes have fallen even lower.
According to Whois, the website EvoWiki now has the registered owner Trent Toulouse under the registrant organization the RationalWiki Foundation. RationalWiki is an atheiem leaning website. In addition, a fellow atheist recently said that RationalWiki was overrun by baboons. See: RationalWiki overrun by baboons?
1. Is the internet marketing for EvoWiki being run by baboons?
2. If RationalWikians don't understand internet marketing, do they also fail to understand computer science as well?
Question Evolution! Campaign resources and other resources
Question Evolution! Campaign
15 questions for evolutionists
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 1 - Questions 1-3
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 4–8
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 9-15
Other related resources
Atheism, agnosticism and humanism: Godless religions
Evidence for Christianity
More evidence for Christianity
Creation Ministries International Question Evolution! Videos
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