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Posted by Bob on May 16th, 2007 under Coaching Session

AFKAN, after one month testing, 2000 visitors drawn in and some 20,000 people exposed to the mantra/riddle, I’ve only managed to get two (2) people interested in pro-white activism. Of these two neither has followed the guide and set up the activism platform.

What I’ve learnt after this one month test is that getting people to do something as simple as copy/pasting the mantra or setting up a blog/tracker account is a NIGHTMARE. I’m therefore re-writing the handbook to make it even simpler.

I won’t get into the merits or demerits of the Convington plan. I’ll just state point blank that if you’re trying to talk people into doing something that’s actually hard, like migrating to another state, you’re dead in the water. I’m sorry to break this to you but that’s the way it is.

SysOp, I’m toying with the idea of either setting up dozens of ready made activism platforms and handing them out to activists OR finding a way to cut out the activism platform altogether. To do that I was thinking about having activists use unique links. For example:

As I understand it anything that follows the question mark in a URL is ignored. But is there a tracker that picks up this ID? Is there another way of providing activists with unique URLs to send traffic to short of making tons of metatag-relay pages

  1. #1 by AFKAN on 05/16/2007 - 3:38 pm

    In reply to StevenP

    In reverse order:

    (2) Your question to SysOp might have a solution in SNIPURL or TinyURL.

    Might want to look at them.

  2. #2 by Alan B on 05/17/2007 - 5:54 am

    Steven P. of that 20,000 you exposed to the mantra, you have in reality opened their eyes to a simple and logical truth about what muti cultrialism “IS”. The Mantra will stick in their heads and I would bet that they will pass it along in some manner in the future. Just having that many exposed is a great victory for us and a defeat for mommy professor.

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