, still pretty big, but down a third from its peak, and the trend is unmistakable:
doesn't let Quantcast directly measure its traffic, so it's a statistical measure:
Remember Pajamas Media
, home of Instapundit?
For shits and giggles, here's DickMorris.com
. I love the "Romney is going to win landslide election bump"! Conservatives sure do crave people telling them what they want to hear.
I tried to look up Powerline's stats. Remember them? They blocked
their Quantcast stats. Wonder why... So did Breitbart
, by the way. No one blocks their stats if they're growing.
World News Daily is something of a slow fade:
is static. Big, no doubt! But static.
You know who IS growing? Glenn Beck's The Blaze
Also growing massively is IJ Review
, which is their version of Upworthy:
But aside from Glenn Beck and their version of a clickbait site, their overall traffic is suffering. Maybe it means nothing, but I hope it does. Because if it's a proxy for base engagement, it would explain why Republicans are so hell-bent on base mobilization efforts (like suing the president) during an off-year election when their base should already be engaged.