Conspiracy Theories being advertised

nanotchi

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Hey there, I was just curious about these certain sites I see being advertised on sites such as cracked.com or even food blogs I visit and such, which have adverts for well, basically Conspiracy theories.mi see this on quite a lot of blogs that use the "disqus" system of adverts. It hides them as news, (putting these articles under a section next to the blogs as "From around the web).

The sites I often see are moneymorning.com , wallstreetdaily.com , newsmax , and moneynews.com

Here is a example of such an article:

http://moneymorning.com/ob-article/obamacare-taxes.php?code=dis-oc-taxes

And another one that's clearly trying to sell me something: https://purchases.moneymappress.com/MMPBENMMR/WMMPP720/index.htm?pageNumber=2&src=mm

So what am I saying? I find it very interesting how widespread conspiracy theories have become. It's easy for anyone to be duped by the kind that can be profited from.

I do wonder though, do these sites have any kind of real worth to them?
 

Bill

Senior Member.
Hey there, I was just curious about these certain sites I see being advertised on sites such as cracked.com or even food blogs I visit and such, which have adverts for well, basically Conspiracy theories.mi see this on quite a lot of blogs that use the "disqus" system of adverts. It hides them as news, (putting these articles under a section next to the blogs as "From around the web).

The sites I often see are moneymorning.com , wallstreetdaily.com , newsmax , and moneynews.com

Here is a example of such an article:

http://moneymorning.com/ob-article/obamacare-taxes.php?code=dis-oc-taxes

And another one that's clearly trying to sell me something: https://purchases.moneymappress.com/MMPBENMMR/WMMPP720/index.htm?pageNumber=2&src=mm

So what am I saying? I find it very interesting how widespread conspiracy theories have become. It's easy for anyone to be duped by the kind that can be profited from.

I do wonder though, do these sites have any kind of real worth to them?
They are basically advertising sites designed to sell product by playing on the fears of a targeted segment of the population.
 
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