Has anyone tried Alexa? For researching which websites are doing well, what percentage of site's traffic is organic? Which keywords are getting that traffic?
No special skills are required. All your general browsing knowledge. Alexa gives a lot of data for free, and there is a paid version too. There is the ranking of a website along with some statistics like, which keyword contributed the most to the traffic.
I was wondering if people in HubPages community were already being benefitted and if I could get a tip or two
Doesn't work in the UK
Edit: LOLOL! I just realised you are referring to Alexa the website. I thought you meant Amazon Echo, which we also call 'Alexa'.
You should have heard me asking 'her' questions
Not since they were bought out by Amazon, so a while. But it was easily gamed by people and wasn't all that accurate. It was interesting to see certain sites dropping in viewership, always wanted to know why.
There was a time when Alexa provided good data but it is based on users, and their users are now a small group with a heavy tech focus. So i don't think their data represents the normal online population anymore.
As Psycheskinner says, I've always understood that most of Alexa's data is based on its users, who are largely internet nerds. That's not the audience I write for so it's not much use to me.
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