How to improve your website’s Alexa rank
Alexa rank, though important, is not highly regarded by many webmasters and bloggers considering it can be manipulated by installing Alexa tool bars. But what many webmasters don’t know is that businesses who are looking to become clients highly regard Alexa rank as a way of checking a website’s popularity, credibility and authority. For example, a company who has a list of three websites to choose from when they want to advertise, will probably go with the one with the better Alexa rank, considering price is not the problem.
How To Improve Your Website’s Alexa Rank Position
Improving your website’s Alexa rank involves reducing your website’s position on Alexa, with position one being the most valuable position on the ranking.
1. Updating Your Website Frequently: By updating your website or blog more frequently, Alexa spiders crawl your site frequently and this improves your ranking.
2. Increasing Your Website’s Traffic: Alexa collect information with their tool bars which visitors installed on their browsers. They check the amount of visitors that visit each website and compute the data to check the most popular websites around.
3. Backlinks To Your Website: When you offer quality content on your blog, online forums and blogs might take a quote from your article or content, creating a link-back (aka backlink) to your site, the source website. Alexa spiders crawl the Web to check for Backlinks, seeing one linking to your site is a plus one to your site’s Alexa rank. You can make useful comments on blogs and Web forums with your website in your signature, this too counts as backlinks.
Now that you have seen the ways you can improve your website’s Alexa ranking, you need to be careful when implementing these strategies. Do not copy people’s articles in a bid to keep your blog updated, some websites may allow you copy their content, but not without link-back to the source. Another thing, do not spam people’s blogs or forums in search of traffic or backlinks, your website might get penalized by Alexa and even Google and other search engines — for spamming.
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