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Basic Information

Common Top Level Domain (TLD): 

com

Other TLD (if selected above): 

Dateline or Post Date: 

02/28/2017
Website Purpose

About Us Summary: 

David Cottrell is a Best-Selling Author, Award-Winning Leadership Expert, and Professional Speaker.

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Registrant Name: 

Domain Administrator

Registrant Company: 

WP Company LLC

Registrant State: 

DC

Registrant Country Code: 

US

Registrant Phone: 

+1.2023347868

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Overall Analysis

Trust Markers: 

Has an H1- is a trustworthy site All the links are reputable

Mistrust Markers: 

Does not have an about page for the Washington Post .com is not the most trustworthy of the T.L.D

Trust Rank (1 = high mistrust, 5 = high trust): 

5

Reason for Trust Rank: 

I think that this site is very trustworthy due to the reputable links, the H1, and the about the author(s)

Questions: 

Why does the Washington Post not have an about page

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This seems like a credible

Kin's picture

This seems like a credible source. The Washington post and plitico are solid.

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Credible

Jemma's picture

I agree, this source seems credible. It has links that actually lead to somewhere trustworthy and accurate, it contains real statistics, and it doesn't sound biased. To answer your question, I think they don't have an about me page so they don't seem biased. Those pages usually talk about the website or company's missions, which could sound biased. I think you should add a little more to your assessment and maybe ask a few more questions but other than that, nice job :) As for my question, is The Washington Post a biased website? They do have opinion articles.

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this article seems real it

Nicki's picture

this article seems real it gives valid information. it contains real statistics. it as supportive links and it has factual sources.

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I trust this site.

Sarah's picture

I trust this post because Washington post is a legit site. All the links in it are real sites so that makes it more credible and the statics seam realistic. It also has graphs witch makes its claims more credible. I trust this site fully but I'm also curious as to why the Washington post doesn't have an about page. I also am wondering if the Washington post has a political bias if they did I'm sure it would be a liberal bias but I'm not sure.

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