When it comes to the latest breaking news and information, The Drudge Report continues to provide timely and accurate updates on news that Web users want most
Vienna, VA (PRWEB) January 30, 2008
Americans are continuing to depend on The Drudge Report for information as the 2008 race for the White House heats up.
With Super Tuesday only a week away, The Drudge Report has already surpassed 500 million page views this month as of January 28, 2008. Drudge's previous record for monthly page views was 455,157,569, which was set in November of 2007. It is projected that The Drudge Report will reach about 560 million page views by the end of January.
The Drudge Report (http://www.drudgereport.com), which is published by Matt Drudge, covers news and events in a lively and provocative way. The site, which delivers content to millions of people every day, is a primary source of breaking news for the public as well as key media, political and opinion leaders. As pressure mounted surrounding January 8th's New Hampshire's primary, page views surged to over 24 million, the second highest count of page views in a single day. The current record for daily page views is 25.1 million, which was on Election Day, November 7, 2006.
"When it comes to the latest breaking news and information, The Drudge Report continues to provide timely and accurate updates on news that Web users want most", said Kevin Lucido, CEO and founder of Intermarkets Inc., which manages The Drudge Report's advertising sales.
Intermarkets, Inc. is the nation's leading independent advertising sales management firm for Web site publishers. Serving more than three billion ads every month and reaching more than 2.5 million people everyday, Intermarkets provides publishers and advertisers with a wide range of services, including advertising sales, media buying, custom content, software, ad serving and more. The privately held company is based in Vienna, Virginia. For more information about Intermarkets visit http://www.intermarkets.net/about.html.