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It hasn’t changed since at least 1997, and I believe the design goes back even further. When you’re on the Drudge Report you’re on the Drudge Report. It’s bold, it’s risky, and it’s pure Drudge design. Some have photos, some are just a plain text headline.

An article in The Miami Herald from September 2003 said Drudge estimated he earns

It hasn’t changed since at least 1997, and I believe the design goes back even further. When you’re on the Drudge Report you’re on the Drudge Report. It’s bold, it’s risky, and it’s pure Drudge design. Some have photos, some are just a plain text headline.

An article in The Miami Herald from September 2003 said Drudge estimated he earns $1.2 million a year from his website and radio show.

During an April 30, 2004 appearance on C-SPAN, Drudge confirmed that he earns over $1 million.

How many sites can survive — and thrive — unchanged for a decade? There are no tricks, no sections, no deep linking, no special technology required. The Drudge Report usually leads with a “font size= 7” headline in Arial. Sometimes, for something big big, he’ll cap it off with the infamous siren. Sometimes more controversial or sensational headlines are colored red.

There’s usually a big ad at the top and a few other ads sprinkled among the columns.

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It hasn’t changed since at least 1997, and I believe the design goes back even further. When you’re on the Drudge Report you’re on the Drudge Report. It’s bold, it’s risky, and it’s pure Drudge design. Some have photos, some are just a plain text headline.An article in The Miami Herald from September 2003 said Drudge estimated he earns $1.2 million a year from his website and radio show.During an April 30, 2004 appearance on C-SPAN, Drudge confirmed that he earns over $1 million.How many sites can survive — and thrive — unchanged for a decade? There are no tricks, no sections, no deep linking, no special technology required. The Drudge Report usually leads with a “font size= 7” headline in Arial. Sometimes, for something big big, he’ll cap it off with the infamous siren. Sometimes more controversial or sensational headlines are colored red.There’s usually a big ad at the top and a few other ads sprinkled among the columns.

.2 million a year from his website and radio show.

During an April 30, 2004 appearance on C-SPAN, Drudge confirmed that he earns over

It hasn’t changed since at least 1997, and I believe the design goes back even further. When you’re on the Drudge Report you’re on the Drudge Report. It’s bold, it’s risky, and it’s pure Drudge design. Some have photos, some are just a plain text headline.

An article in The Miami Herald from September 2003 said Drudge estimated he earns $1.2 million a year from his website and radio show.

During an April 30, 2004 appearance on C-SPAN, Drudge confirmed that he earns over $1 million.

How many sites can survive — and thrive — unchanged for a decade? There are no tricks, no sections, no deep linking, no special technology required. The Drudge Report usually leads with a “font size= 7” headline in Arial. Sometimes, for something big big, he’ll cap it off with the infamous siren. Sometimes more controversial or sensational headlines are colored red.

There’s usually a big ad at the top and a few other ads sprinkled among the columns.

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It hasn’t changed since at least 1997, and I believe the design goes back even further. When you’re on the Drudge Report you’re on the Drudge Report. It’s bold, it’s risky, and it’s pure Drudge design. Some have photos, some are just a plain text headline.An article in The Miami Herald from September 2003 said Drudge estimated he earns $1.2 million a year from his website and radio show.During an April 30, 2004 appearance on C-SPAN, Drudge confirmed that he earns over $1 million.How many sites can survive — and thrive — unchanged for a decade? There are no tricks, no sections, no deep linking, no special technology required. The Drudge Report usually leads with a “font size= 7” headline in Arial. Sometimes, for something big big, he’ll cap it off with the infamous siren. Sometimes more controversial or sensational headlines are colored red.There’s usually a big ad at the top and a few other ads sprinkled among the columns.

million.

How many sites can survive — and thrive — unchanged for a decade? There are no tricks, no sections, no deep linking, no special technology required. The Drudge Report usually leads with a “font size= 7” headline in Arial. Sometimes, for something big big, he’ll cap it off with the infamous siren. Sometimes more controversial or sensational headlines are colored red.

There’s usually a big ad at the top and a few other ads sprinkled among the columns.

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