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November 6th, 2012
The traffic ranking published by Alexa.com represents a rough measurement of a website’s popularity, measuring its reach and traffic and allowing web page administrators to describe their sites and compare their visits and pageviews to their competitors. The place the website occupies in Alexa’s ranking represents a measure of its popularity worldwide, or in a certain country.
There are over 170 million web sites on the internet (according to a study published one year ago, since then there might be more or less), so being in the top 1 percent of the Alexa ranking (the top 1.7 million most popular web sites in the world) is quite an achievement.
Alexa rankings are calculated based on those internet users’ activity that have the Alexa toolbar installed on their computers. The accuracy of this ranking may or may not be accurate, but it can give you an idea about the overall popularity of any webpage.
So, you are a website administrator and you would like to have your Alexa ranking increased. Here are some tips that can help you do so. Read the rest of this entry »
October 22nd, 2012
Adobe Systems Incorporated released findings from its Adobe Digital Index report focused on digital advertising industry insights for Q3 2012, as well as an outlook through Q1 2013.
Each year, Adobe analyzes advertiser and user behavior from more than $2 billion in annualized spend under management. Based on the report, overall paid search among advertisers continues to grow across geographies, largely due to increasing mobile traffic, but Cost per Click (CPC), conversion rates and return on investment (ROI) varies across PCs, tablet devices and smartphones. Additionally, the report found that brand engagement on Facebook is growing rapidly, making it a valuable social advertising channel to reach consumers.
Key Report Findings for Q3 2012
- Search advertising maintained steady growth in the United States, the U.K. and Germany, but increased traffic across mobile devices shifted search spend to tablets and smartphones, which altered CPCs – especially for Google. U.S. search spend grew by 11 percent Year over Year (YoY) while ROI improved by 26 percent. Additionally, growth rates for search spend in the U.K. and Germany rose 36 percent and 25 percent, respectively. Read the rest of this entry »