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"Two Ways to Track Your Website Traffic Ranking"


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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Even though you may be able to record information about visitors to your site, visit trackers won't tell you much about how search engine spiders rank your site. Not so long ago, Alexis was the only company that provided tools to help you gain this information. Today, there are a number of software tools and free programs that you can use for this purpose. As may be expected, if you are looking for more detailed information, it may be of some help to buy a program that will analyze your site and compare it to others with similar types of content.

Google Page Rank Checker

When you download the Google toolbar, it comes with an option that lets you see how Google ranks each page that you visit. Unfortunately, the rank checker will not tell you why the search engine spider views one site as more valuable than others. That said, if you are looking for a fast, visual way to find out how your site compares to others, this is a good way to get started. If you have done a lot of work to boost the rank of your site, then you can go to Alexis, or some other traffic ranking checker for more details.

Using Cubestat.com

While Cubestat.com is fairly new, it is gaining a good bit of attention from web marketers. If you type in the name of your own website, you can find out all kinds of interesting information. This includes information about the estimated value of your site, as well as meta analysis information. After you obtain information for your own site, you can go ahead and obtain the same information for your competitors. As you perform this search, you may also find other related sites that may provide some valuable clues about the kinds of content that should be on your own site.

During the process of trying to gain web traffic, it is very important to make sure that you know how each change affects your page rank and traffic generation potential. In general, you should not simply rely on the number of hits that your website gets on a daily basis. Instead, you should look for statistical information related to how well your site compares to others based on certain criteria. Today, Cubestat.com and the Google toolbar offer you two of the best opportunities to gain this type of information.

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