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Citing unnamed FBI sources, it claimed Hillary Clinton will be indicted in 2017 for crimes related to her email scandal."Your Prayers Have Been Answered," declared the headline.
They helped the baseless story generate over 140,000 shares, reactions, and comments on Facebook.
Meanwhile, roughly 6,000 miles away in a small town in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, a young man watched as money began trickling into his Google Ad Sense account.
Over the past year, the Macedonian town of Veles (population 45,000) has experienced a digital gold rush as locals launched at least 140 US politics websites.
Buzz Feed News' research also found that the most successful stories from these sites were nearly all false or misleading.
For example, the most successful post Buzz Feed News found from a Macedonian site is based on a story from a fake news website.
Then they share it on Facebook to try and generate traffic.
He said a friend of his earns ,000 per month, "or even ,000 per day" when he gets a hit on Facebook.
The 16-year-old who operates with a partner said he also runs health websites in addition to the US politics site.
The headline on the story from Conservative was "Hillary Clinton In 2013: 'I Would Like To See People Like Donald Trump Run For Office; They’re Honest And Can’t Be Bought.'" The post is a week old and has racked up an astounding 480,000 shares, reactions, and comments on Facebook.
(To put that into perspective, the New York Times' exclusive story that revealed Donald Trump declared a 6 million loss on his 1995 income tax returns generated a little more than 175,000 Facebook interactions in a month.)The viral Clinton story was sourced from The Rightists.com, a site that admits it publishes both real and fake content. Four of the five most successful posts from the Macedonian sites Buzz Feed News identified are false.
According to emails released by Wiki Leaks, Clinton said in a private speech to Goldman Sachs that she would like to see more successful business people enter politics. They include the false claim that the pope endorsed Trump, and the false claim that Mike Pence said Michelle Obama is the "most vulgar first lady we've ever had." Those four posts together generated more than 1 million shares, reactions, and comments on Facebook.