How to Increase your website's Alexa Rank ??



Alexa came into scene in 1996 & has become quite popular these days. This site ranks the website on the basis of traffic which comes to your site. Lesser is the rank of your site more is the traffic to your site. You just have to enter your site address in the bar & you get various statistics of your website . These days various advertising companies like TextLinkAds.com & ReviewMe.com categorizes website on the basis of Alexa Rank , if the site has good alexa rank only then it will get offers for selling links on their website. 


To improve your site's Alexa Rank consider the following points:
  • Always post genuine content on your blog & never try to copy from other websites.
  • Try to have a good layout design on your blog , so that each & every component on your blog should be aligned perfectly & therefore can be indexed by the Search Engines easily.
  • Use good Keywords in your posts so that your blog get a good page rank.
  • Add a section of Recent Posts on your blog so that earlier posts on your blog does not get hide & you get maximum exposure of the keywords in their titles through the search engines.
  • It is also said to install Alexa Bar in your browser & Alexa rank button on your blog to get a good alexa rank for your blog.
  • Install Digg Buttons & Bookmark buttons on your blog so that your blog posts get added to sites like StumbleUpon, Digg, MySpace,Furl, etc. because these site are very easily indexed by search engines which in turn help your blog posts to be indexed as well & finally results into increasing your blogs traffic. Visit Addthis.com to get your button.
  • Add your site to various blog directories, websites , refer to Increase your Blog's Readers & Traffic ! for a list of directories where your blog must be added.
  • One of the most important tip is that never leave your Blog idle always update it regularly because whenever you leave your site idle the rank begins to sink, the same happened with me , my alexa rank reached 6 lac mark but when i left my website idle for few months it slipped to a mark of 17 lac !! .. So always update your Blog regularly...
All these steps will not only improve your Alexa Rank but also your overall performance of your Blog!!

3 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Alexa Internet, is a California-based subsidiary company of Amazon.com that is best known for operating a website that provides information on the web traffic to other websites.
Alexa collects information from users who have installed an “Alexa Toolbar,” allowing them to provide statistics on web site traffic, as well as lists of related links. It uses these data to form Alexa ranking. There is some controversy over how representative Alexa’s user base is of typical Internet behavior. If Alexa’s user base is a fair statistical sample of the internet user population, Alexa’s ranking should be quite accurate. A known source of bias is the self-selecting, opt-in nature of Alexa traffic tracking software installation, but the significance of this bias on rankings is not reported. Alexa ranking measures traffic ranking collected from Alexa toolbar users. High alexa ranking has no relationship with high google ranking, yahoo ranking, and etc.
Ranking in Alexa is significant as it can significantly increase your bargaining power when it comes to selling advertising on your site. If advertisers see that your site has a higher ranking, they are likely to think that they can sell more of their products and services by having a link on your site. This means that you can charge them higher fees for that link.

jj-momscashblog said...

I had the Alexa graph on the bottom of my blog lower right hand side, for a couple of years. Then all of sudden one day (not to long ago either) it was gone, so I've gone to try to get just that graph it's seems that Alexa is now making you get a whole Alexa toolbar, which I'm not interested in at all. It looks like I'm going to have to if I want the widget that shows our Alexa. I had read what your commenter Anonymous had written awhile back not sure what to do with that information. Thanks for info and post good job. jj

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