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Alexa (www.alexa.com) / What's Inside the Site Audit?
« on: January 25, 2011, 05:35:07 PM »
  If you want to know what's inside the site audit, you can see it


 That's great! :)

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / How to edit your site info in Alexa
« on: January 25, 2011, 05:16:23 PM »
 Well, it is simple, dear Alexa fans!
Look at:

"Site Tools > Edit Your Site Listing"

There (in  "Edit Your Site Listing") you will see an edit listing for for your site. The information that you see below will be displayed publicly on the Alexa website.
And I think it is very useful for your SEO and for your Internet image. All you can add there is:
-Site Title  
-Site Description  
-Site Owner  
-Postal/Zip Code  
-Phone Number  
-Public E-Mail  

  It's up to you which ones you will share. Then you submit it and your information should be updated by Alexa within 2 business days.

  See you, Alexa fans!  :D

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / Add your site in Alexa!
« on: January 25, 2011, 01:14:37 AM »
 How to add your site in Alexa? It is simple. Log in with your Alexa accont - http://www.alexa.com/account

And here is the adding (the claim): http://www.alexa.com/siteowners/claim

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / Alexa account
« on: January 24, 2011, 10:51:36 PM »
   Hi, Alexa fans! How are you these days? You got your Alexa Internet account, right? Cool! Then let's go on.
 When you are in your account page - http://www.alexa.com/account

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / Are you ready?
« on: January 24, 2011, 08:56:14 PM »
  Well, I don't know how about you, but I'm ready  8) I got this e-mail from Alexa:

Hello (my name), Welcome to Alexa! To complete your registrationplease visit  (http://www.alexa.com/accept.........)
Thanks,The Alexa Team
 (If clicking the URL in this message does not work, just copy andpaste it into the address bar of your browser.)

 Very good, isn't it? And let's see what we can do, when we're Alexa registrated members :)

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / How to register for an (Alexa) account?
« on: January 24, 2011, 04:07:00 AM »
  It is good to have an account in Alexa in order to be able to use more of the Alexa's services.
 You can do it here:
Email, nickname and full name are required.

  There is an opportunity for you, if you are a website owner. The name of the opportunity is " Learn how to get more traffic with the Alexa Site Audit."
 Let's learn it together!

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / About alexa.com
« on: January 24, 2011, 03:33:02 AM »
  OK, let's begin now.
 When you open the website http://alexa.com you can read that Alexa is about:

Free traffic metrics, search analytics, demographics, and more for websites...   

 Alexa provides us the opportunity to have a tour - http://www.alexa.com/tour . Let's do it now...

SEO / Thanks, SEO!
« on: January 24, 2011, 03:27:35 AM »
 SEO! :) You posted a cool SEO info over here!  :D I'll put some cool info about Alexa in the Alexa's board now  :D

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / The source of this information
« on: January 22, 2011, 02:33:00 AM »
 The source of the Alexa-info above :  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexa_Internet 
 Thanks for reading, Alexa and SEO fans!   8)

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / And more about Alexa.com
« on: January 22, 2011, 02:31:47 AM »
 On March 31, 2009, Alexa.com underwent a complete redesign with new metrics including:

-Pageviews per User,
-Bounce Rate
-Time on Site. In the following weeks they added new features including
-Search Traffic stats.
 These new features were introduced in order to compete with other services such as Compete.com and Quantcast.

 I enjoy them so, so much!

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / Operations and history of Alexa.com
« on: January 22, 2011, 02:29:52 AM »
  And now, let's learn about the Alexa's history and operations.
 Alexa Internet was founded in 1996 by Brewster Kahle and Bruce Gilliat. The company's name was chosen in homage to the Library of Alexandria, drawing a parallel between the largest repository of knowledge in the ancient world to the potential of the Internet.
 The company offered a toolbar that gave Internet users suggestions on where to go next, based on the traffic patterns of its user community. Alexa also offered context for each site visited: to whom it was registered, how many pages it had, how many other sites pointed to it, and how frequently it was updated.
 Alexa's operation includes archiving of webpages as they are crawled. This database served as the basis for the creation of the Internet Archive accessible through the Wayback Machine. In 1998 the company donated a copy of the archive, 2 terabytes in size, to the Library of Congress. Alexa continues to supply the Internet Archive with web crawls.
 In 1999, Alexa was acquired by Amazon.com for about $250 million in Amazon stock as the company moved away from its original vision of providing an 'intelligent' search engine. Alexa began a partnership with Google in spring 2002, and with the Open Directory Project in January 2003. In May 2006, Amazon replaced Google with Live Search as a provider of search results. In September 2006, they began using their own Search Platform to serve results. In December 2006, they released Alexa Image Search. Built in-house, it is the first major application to be built on their Web Platform.
 In December 2005, Alexa opened its extensive search index and web-crawling facilities to third party programs through a comprehensive set of web services and APIs. These could be used, for instance, to construct vertical search engines that could run on Alexa's own servers or elsewhere. In May 2007, Alexa changed their API to require comparisons be limited to 3 sites, reduced size embedded graphs be shown using Flash, and mandatory embedded BritePic ads.
 In April 2007, the lawsuit Alexa v. Hornbaker was filled to stop trademark infringement by the statsaholic service. In the lawsuit, Alexa alleged that Hornbaker was stealing traffic graphs for profit, and that the primary purpose of his site was to display graphs that were generated by Alexa's servers. Hornbaker removed the term Alexa from his service name on March 19, 2007. Nevertheless, Alexa expressly grants permission to refer its data in third-party work subject to suitable credits.
 On November 27, 2008, Amazon announced that Alexa Web Search was no longer accepting new customers, and the service would be deprecated or discontinued for existing customers on January 26, 2009.

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / What is Alexa (Alexa Internet - www.alexa.com) ?
« on: January 22, 2011, 02:28:10 AM »
 Well, let's learn more about the world's foremost expert on traffic rankings - www.alexa.com:

 Alexa (Alexa Internet) or alexa.com is is a California-based, subsidiary company of Amazon.com, that is known for its toolbar and website (www.alexa.com). Once installed, the toolbar collects data on browsing behavior which is transmitted to the website where it is stored and analyzed and is the basis for the company's web traffic reporting.

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / As far as there is no competition
« on: January 22, 2011, 01:41:02 AM »
  Yep. As far as there is no (international) competition of Alexa's service.

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