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The site has had a busy month so far; both the number of visitors and the length of visits continues to rise. Average visit length in 2021 was 203 seconds, a 50% increase over 2020, and visit length is continuing its upward trajectory in 2022.


In 2021, most editors have concentrated on improving the quality of existing pages rather than adding new ones. The year saw a steady rise in both average visit length and #pageviews/visit.

20 November

Today we concluded the Institute for Statecraft/Integrity Initiative documentation project. Each 157 of the documented members of this deep state faction has a page of their own, and there is a page for each of the Integrity Initiative Leaks, and one for each leaked document.

10-17 November

Some hours after this page linked to the site[1], Wikispooks was forced offline by a week long DDoS attack. The webhost reported it as 24Gb/s.

20 October

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A look at average visit time monthly shows that average visit length is now just under 4 minutes, almost twice what it was in November 2019.

24 September

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Until 2021, actions/visit was generally less than 3, and never more than 4. Commensurate with this year's focus on improving page quality, today had an unprecedented 4.7 actions/visit.

4 August

The site now has 10,000 pages with descriptions. (Only 15,000 to go ...) Descriptions are particularly useful, since they automatically appear in multiple pages, so adding one description can improve many pages at once.

26 July

As if to underline yesterday's thought, the site was offline for 8 hours after an unidentified technical problem believed unrelated Cyber Polygon.

25 July

Today the proportion of pages with a description passed 40%, for the first time ever. Congratulations all round![2] The backup file reached 10GB today, which is not all that big nowadays - all supporters are encouraged to download regular backups in case the site goes offline for any reason, which looks not unlikely in these uncertain times.

10 July

The first recorded day in which this site had more referrals from DuckDuckGo than Google.

The live statistics revealed censorship by Google, steadily increasing over the last few years, now at record levels - more visitors from DuckDuckGo than Google, probably for the first time ever.

1 July

Crowdfunding covered the webhosting bill of Wikispooks for the first time ever.

21 June

For the first time in many years, the proportion of stub pages on the site went below 50%, at around 11,500 pages!

In Spring 2021, Google increased its censorship of this site. At the start of the year, around 1/2 of the site's traffic came from Google, by mid year, that proportion had shrunk to around 1/4.

17 February

The proportion of pages with a description surpassed 1/3 for the first time ever.[3]


The site had 84170 visitors in January, after which it was subjected to increasing censorship by Google.


2020 was Wikispooks busiest year ever, as remarked upon by commercially-controlled media.[4]

The site's bounce rate, consistently from 70-72% since 2014, began to gradually decline into the high 60s as editors focused less on increasing pagecount, more on completing existing pages.

After 10 years at the helm, User:Peter announced his retirement, passing control of the site to User:Robin, who set up a page on Patreon to crowdfund the site. As COVID-19 came to dominate the news agenda of commercially-controlled media, traffic went up to the site, which received 1.085 million visits in 2020.

26 June

Buy the "first they ignore you" dictum, Wikispooks advances to stage #2 with an article from Business Insider, which was published without contacting anyone from the website, entitled Conspiracy-theory encyclopedia Wikispooks is thriving during the coronavirus pandemic, seeing huge traffic gains from search engines.[4]

26 May

Exactly 10 years since the site went online, it experienced its busiest week ever after renewed interest in Lori Klausutis. A new daily record of 8900 visitors on 24 May was broken on 26 May when the site saw 9598 visitors.

10 May

  • The site surpassed 25,000 pages.

31 January

Searches on "Eric Ciaramella" lead to the busiest day on record, with 8300 unique visitors.[5]

25 January

The project to assign the missing nationalities to all Bilderbergers is all but completed, leaving just one who was "in attendance" -- James A. Blay -- still of unknown nationality.

2010 to 2019


For older News, see Wikispooks:History


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