PetHelpful.com (“everything you need to know about your pets, brought to you by fellow animal lovers and experts”) is the sixth-largest pet publisher domain in the U.S., according to Comscore statistics. And it’s the No. 1 dog destination on the Web, per Herfindahl-Hirschman Index (HHI) market concentration data, The HHI is a common measure of market concentration and is used to determine market competitiveness.
PetHelpful’s content is wide ranging with pieces such as Pet Ideas for 5- and 10-gallon aquarium tanks and informative with articles like Why is my dog eating grass frantically?
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Do you by any chance know what the monthly traffic is to this site? I used to have a site to search for numbers like this but cannot access it at this time. Thanks.
Here you go. This is from SEMrush. I think Ubersuggest can do something like this for free. I am not so sure about domains, I know it got page-level stuff.
Thanks Brandon. I may have got my data from Ubersuggest last time but could not find it.
That is 1.3M monthly, right? That seems really low. I cannot imagine why Maven would want to "spotlight" that.
Those are just estimates. When I looked at the estimates for June for Dengarden I was single-handedly getting like 30 - 40% of the entire traffic which is definitely not true.
The thing is most searches are unique and tools such as SEMRush only track commonly used keywords. Then there's the whole thing about CTR estimation based on position, etc.
Stuff like this is useful to compare websites, not for absolutes.
That makes sense. If that number was true over half the traffic would be from me. I am almost sure that Alexandry gets as much traffic as I do, and then there are all the cat articles, all the exotic articles from Melissa Smith, and the many other articles that I think do well there (like Erik Dockett´s fish articles).
How is your new guppy article doing?
Exactly. Those numbers are definitely not close to being right.
About the guppy article: It's not a high traffic volume keyword, but it's got 23 views today, 22 from Google and 1 from Pethelpful which is the highest, yesterday was 10 and previously it hovered around 6 a day. I noticed that I went up in rankings to position 2 for a few keywords from position 5, so I assume it's going to reach around 50 a day on average if it sticks around and gains on some rankings. Not bad for a test of pethelpful with a topic like this.
I got lots more planned, got videos and stuff but no time to write right now
50 would be okay. I have a bunch that never get that.
No time! I have the opposite problem at this time. We are in "lockdown" again so I have plenty of time but not many plans. I published something last week for the first time in months.
Yeah, I got a few that are below that on Owlcation and Caloriebee. 50 is definitely okay. It adds up over time.
I just got back from the uni and it's 1am on a Sunday lol. I am still getting used to the corona schedule of alternate days + weekends. I got a deadline due, that's why was there this late.
Do you have a lot of different breeds of dogs? What about the sloth, still hangs out around your place? It was you with the sloth, right?
Sloths come through here all the time but I always release them after an examination as they are not good pets. Even when I try to rescue one they are hard to feed, and I have a lot of umbauba trees, which is kind of their favorite kind of leaves.
Besides my parrots, (which are great company during the lockdown) my only permanent exotic resident is a capuchin monkey. She is free to leave whenever she wants but I rescued her when a hunter killed her mom (she was still nursing) so she just hangs around. She goes into the rainforest to jump from tree to tree but I am not sure she could ever find a wild band that would accept her.
My daughter took these pictures with her cell phone so they are not the best. My monkey is like you, as she really likes tomato plants. Whenver they get several inches high she notices them and runs down the row pulling them up! (She lets me grow okra, pumpkin, and many spices, but for some reason she has a thing about tomato plants. Go figure.)
Interesting info about the sloths. I watched a documentary about them and how they function, it was very insightful. How they poop close to 30% of their body mass for safety, to attract mates and stuff like that.
That's a different kind of Capuchin from the type I know. I have only ever seen on TV, of course, the white-headed guys. Interesting about the tomatoes lol, but that's unlike me I don't go around plucking them out of the ground xD Kind of sad that she's wild but not in a group.
Parrots are nice company, I've had quite a few in my garden growing up.
It is sad that sloths are so cute and people from the US and Europe continue to buy them as pets. The hunters go out and shoot the mothers so that they can capture the babies and sell to those places. Then the buyers have nothing to feed them!
This is one of my parrots out checking on the horses.
She has no fear of the livestock or the dogs, and will ride around on their backs. When I give them coconut each afternoon she leans over the counter and throws pieces to the dogs. As you said, great company!
Is it all illegal trade or is the trade of sloths actually allowed?
That's a nice picture of the parrot. I never knew dogs eat coconut?
It is illegal but so was the hunter that shot Niki´s mother.
Yes, dogs love coconut. When I split a coconut each afternoon for the parrots the dogs hang back watching, just hoping that a piece is going to fall on the ground. When the neighbor kids come to visit they like to drink green coconuts from my trees, and always split the coconuts in half for the dogs to carry off and eat the flesh.
These guys are playing "fetch the coconut".
Nice to hear good news. I'll add that traffic overall is improving.
The only exciting animal news I have is that I while visiting my mother this morning (she's broken her heel) her favourite seagull, Freddie, walked into the kitchen and helped himself to the cat buffet.
Freddies friends knock on my office window while I eat. One pane has a lot of beak scratches now. I did not notice it happen as I had my ear phones on and was watching something. I knew the seagull was on the window, and I was used to it, later that day I was surprised.
Hope your mums heel heals quick.
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