__/ [ tonnie ] on Tuesday 08 August 2006 21:03 \__
> tonnie schreef:
>> BH schreef:
>>> In message <1155052715.698548.69870@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>>> seocold <seocold@xxxxxxxxx> writes
>>>> I have bit strange problem. i never consider alexa rank
>>>> sincerely but our head thinks alexa ranking is important. so my
>>>> question is how i can get good ranks in alexa? i mean i've done
>>>> google,msn,yahoo but our alexa rank is getting down and down i don't
>>>> know why. my site ranks for top 10 in some of keywords in google and
>>>> yet he is not satisfied and he asks everyday about alexa. i don't know
>>>> how to improve alexa. my friends said to me use alexa toolbar and your
>>>> alexa ranking will up so i tried alexa and mcaffee antivirus said
>>>> "Alexa is a adware" and removed it automatiocally. so friends tell me
>>>> how to improve rank in alexa.
Install the Alexa/Amazon/A9 toolbar.
Wait a few days and, assuming you hang around your Web site, behold how poor
a gauge Alexa traffic ranks actually are. Even for top sites, the notion of
page views is not a good indicator of traffic. Not to mention uniqueness of
users, among many other factors that are neglected or poorly accounted for.
Now, let us consider another traffic rank: Netcraft rank. The two treat
subsites different, which is deceiving. Also, the 'www' is perceived and
treated differently, for reason that Netscraft staff explained to me, twice.
Finally, to understand how inaccurate those measure are, consider a top site
like Groklaw. Alexa rank: ~8000th; Netcraft: ~800th.
>>> What is interesting is that 4colordesign.com is promoting SOE as one
>>> of its services and yet you don't know how Alexa works!
>> In a Zen modus i would say:
>> "He who dears to ask will prevail" and "Knowing all is to be absolete"
> Damn there goes my Zen. It should have been obsolete.
I'll have to memorise that. It's a nice tidbit. *smile*
Dare to ask and survive; or else die from boredom...