michigan.org

Pure Michigan began as an advertising campaign launched in 2008 by the state of Michigan, featuring the voice of actor and comedian Tim Allen, using the title song from The Cider House Rules as the background music in television commercials. The Pure Michigan campaign, which aims to market the state of Michigan as a travel and tourism destination, received state and international attention beginning in 2008 when Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm approved $45 million in additional funding for the Pure Michigan campaign from the 21st Century Jobs Trust Fund. The unprecedented tourism fund amount for the state allowed the Pure Michigan campaign to be broadcast on a national level beginning in March 2009. Annual funding for fiscal 2014 was $29 million. More information...

Multilingual Wikipedia

In June 2020 the website michigan.org was on the 45,003rd place in the ranking of the most reliable and popular sources in multilingual Wikipedia from readers' point of view (PR-score). If we consider only frequency of appearance of this source in references of Wikipedia articles (F-score), this website was on the 34,766th place in June 2020. From Wikipedians' point of view, "michigan.org" is the 33,789th most reliable source in different language versions of Wikipedia (AR-score).

The website is placed before thetimesnews.com and after tuiasi.ro in multilingual PR ranking of the most reliable sources in Wikipedia.

PR-score:
45,003rd place
501,954
-205,625
AR-score:
33,789th place
99,449
-1,058
F-score:
34,766th place
272
+1

English Wikipedia (en)

PR-score:
25,865th place
472,298
-195,519
AR-score:
16,708th place
93,879
-1,120
F-score:
15,404th place
232
-1

Spanish Wikipedia (es)

PR-score:
52,094th place
22,897
-7,556
AR-score:
80,743rd place
1,644
+5
F-score:
74,875th place
4
0

Swedish Wikipedia (sv)

PR-score:
19,226th place
3,519
-1,576
AR-score:
23,498th place
1,476
0
F-score:
24,118th place
3
0

Russian Wikipedia (ru)

PR-score:
226,558th place
733
-597
AR-score:
271,392nd place
85
0
F-score:
68,288th place
6
0

Asturian Wikipedia (ast)

PR-score:
5,028th place
650
-433
AR-score:
4,427th place
766
0
F-score:
23,429th place
1
0

Portuguese Wikipedia (pt)

PR-score:
140,818th place
540
+192
AR-score:
187,466th place
48
0
F-score:
182,249th place
1
0

Japanese Wikipedia (ja)

PR-score:
194,499th place
342
-218
AR-score:
136,103rd place
221
0
F-score:
40,564th place
8
0

French Wikipedia (fr)

PR-score:
314,900th place
202
-43
AR-score:
170,905th place
652
0
F-score:
104,194th place
4
0

Vietnamese Wikipedia (vi)

PR-score:
59,662nd place
200
+200
AR-score:
90,532nd place
23
+23
F-score:
107,896th place
1
+1

Esperanto Wikipedia (eo)

PR-score:
7,705th place
157
+157
AR-score:
25,830th place
14
+14
F-score:
27,221st place
1
+1

Hindi Wikipedia (hi)

PR-score:
16,181st place
120
+20
AR-score:
13,927th place
160
+20
F-score:
22,343rd place
1
0

Polish Wikipedia (pl)

PR-score:
149,336th place
80
-108
AR-score:
125,820th place
140
0
F-score:
51,262nd place
4
0

Turkish Wikipedia (tr)

PR-score:
74,361st place
77
-67
AR-score:
83,546th place
22
0
F-score:
81,644th place
1
0

Malay Wikipedia (ms)

PR-score:
29,577th place
57
-28
AR-score:
36,882nd place
14
0
F-score:
41,399th place
1
0

Serbo-Croatian Wikipedia (sh)

PR-score:
24,825th place
28
-23
AR-score:
24,148th place
19
0
F-score:
20,268th place
1
0

Finnish Wikipedia (fi)

PR-score:
99,533rd place
20
0
AR-score:
88,002nd place
60
0
F-score:
101,339th place
1
0

Serbian Wikipedia (sr)

PR-score:
58,151st place
17
-15
AR-score:
42,987th place
77
0
F-score:
35,339th place
1
0

Arabic Wikipedia (ar)

PR-score:
198,690th place
11
-11
AR-score:
110,538th place
144
0
F-score:
112,773rd place
1
0

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