His online presence has the same advantages as his campaign in general:

Huckabee, I would argue, gets so many visits because his site is simply the most interesting, it has the most small-c character. And so my guess is that many of the Huckabee site visits are return visits. Obama's site--which you would think would consistently have higher traffic than Huckabee's, given his supporters numbers and passion--has some character, but it tends towards Stepfordness ...

Huckabee is now in a statistical dead-heat for first place in Iowa. This campaign has become really fun, hasn't it?

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