No doubt about it, Right Michigan’s numbers have been consistent; recently averaging 200 sessions a day from the wolverine state alone.
This RightMi.com snapshot (at right) of the past 30 days reflects about 85% of the traffic coming in from all over Michigan. Wisconsin, Oregon, California, Texas, Viginia Illinois, Ohio and Florida coming in with the next highest numbers.
Though the actual page views are up and visits are longer, the actual session numbers are off slightly this month, since reaching an average of 308 sessions per day in Michigan for the month of August. The high locale in Michigan for August was Traverse City followed by Ann Arbor Lansing and Grand Rapids.
The graphic at left shows a breakout of the rest of the state for the August totals, which as an aggregate hit 9241
I thought it might be interesting to those who wonder where RightMi.com’s readership is primarily from.
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What happens when Terri Hibma’s former 2010 running mate (this two-time loser) is allowed to go unchecked?
Police in Grand Forks, North Dakota are hailing their new fleet of drones as the “vanguard of police work,” according to the Guardian. But privacy activists are worried that the drones may be a threat to constitutional rights.
Officers in Grand Forks have been operating a fleet of drones, some small enough to fit in a suitcase, others in a larger, fixed-wing design. The department is one of only about a dozen departments across the country testing drones.
Yes, jackboots without any restraint. North Dakota’s state Senate, much like those in Lansing, are useless. Why has there been no movement on HB 4455 of 2013? Why has Speaker Bolger taken it upon himself to make the fringe cupcake agenda a priority over securing our Natural Rights for all?
Transparency, the man asks? Sorry, that’s just not within the MI-GOP character traits.
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