How to Find Out How Much Traffic Someone Else's Website Is Getting
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Do you sometimes wonder how much traffic someone else's website is getting? Estimating the traffic of your own website is a piece of cake - all you need to do is have a look at your stats page or log into you Google Analytics account. By what if you need to access the statistics for someone else's website and find out how much traffic they are getting? Here are some tools that will help you:
Alexa doesn't exactly give you traffic information, but it provides a traffic estimate, changes in traffic (whether more or fewer visitors are coming to the website), rank, and website reach. A very useful website for quickly checking website data.
StatBrain claims that they give you the exact numbers for website traffic for any website. Sounds a bit too confident, but the results are pretty good. Check it out for yourself!
Compete is an absolute gem. Even though this website provides traffic data for visitor from the USA only, the results are accurate and very comprehensive. Compete collects data from ISPs and that's how it guarantees accuracy.
Like many other Google services, this tool is truly one of the best. It gives very accurate results for literally any website (provided its traffic is a bit more than zero). It also gives you access to valuable information, such as geographical region (or worldwide), number of visits per visitor, the total amount of page views, and more.
Now you know how to find out how much traffic someone else's website is getting. You now can check any website and hopefully you will benefit from the knowledge.
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