|Monthly Uniques||59.8M US||103.6M Global|
|Monthly Uniques||70.1K US||119.4K Global|
Extensive collection of history's most famous hoaxes and April Fool's pranks. Listed by date and category. Includes bibliographic references. [Description from dmoz]
This site reaches over 119K monthly people, of which 70,081 (59%) are in the U.S.The typical visitor reads CNET.com, receives National Geographic, and is a member of AARP.
|City||Uniques (Cookies)||Uniques %||Uniques Index||Impressions %||Impressions Index|
|New York, NY (US)||1,098||0.82||170||0.78||108|
|Los Angeles, CA (US)||889||0.66||135||0.69||103|
|San Diego, CA (US)||602||0.45||189||0.54||153|
|Houston, TX (US)||738||0.55||123||0.53||77|
|Austin, TX (US)||550||0.41||229||0.52||177|
|Chicago, IL (US)||798||0.60||72||0.52||65|
|Sunnyvale, CA (US)||1,319||0.99||283||0.48||541|
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