NoInvaders.Org Proves to be "Interesting" and "Useful" in its Debut

Jim Wood

The immigration reform Web site "NoInvaders.Org" recently saw an escalation of Internet traffic on February 9, with an increase from 9 visits a day to 275 visits, and is maintaining a high traffic count daily thanks mostly to a press release sent in January to over 100 newspapers nationwide. The portal takes on the unenviable task of publishing six directories including complaints of immigration violations, those who hire illegal aliens, and a "Good Employer" directory for those who use the Basic Pilot Verification program to screen employee candidates for legal residency.

A substantial number of visitors are identified as U.S government employees, and most notably, the Department of Homeland Security, whose e-mail addresses end in "". Responses have been over 90% positive with many discussion board postings, recommended media sources, articles, and a plethora of "Bad Employer" contributions were made using the employer sanctions database from No threats were received but are anticipated as they are "protocol" for immigration reform Web sites. As founder and sole employee, I was interviewed by George Putnam on January 31 on L.A. radios "Talk Back" and hope to pursue many radio interviews in the future, as talk radio seems to be infatuated in reporting the truth about illegal immigration. Dozens of people have signed up for my newsletter, who could be asked to e-mail radio personalities like KFI Los Angeles hosts "John and Ken" in order to request a future interview.

Recent changes to the Web site were made on the "Form a Posse" page to clarify crimes that permit citizens arrests in pursuit of punishing immigration law violators, to quell the temptation for vigilante justice. An affiliate program was added so affiliates can earn 50-100% commission on the sale of "Good Employer" advertising space and the reports/complaints surfers upload concerning illegal dwellers and their employers.

I will attend the Minute Man Project demonstration in Naco, Arizona, April 1-2, and hope to promote my Web site there. Please point your browser to http://www.NoInvaders.Org for details.

About The Author

Jim Wood
17 year IT veteran with 8 years experience as a webmaster. Background in journalism as well. Other Web sites include


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