Alexa ranking — 1 Comment

  1. Knowing that my site only has the “obligatory” AdSense text ads in the sidebar and also knowing that when it comes to monetizing my site I’m a complete failure, I pretty much stopped caring about Page Rank and Alexa quite awhile back. I especially stopped paying attention to Alexa when my site’s rank starting fluctuating all over the place with no change in visitor count, pages hit or time spent.

    According to a Google Page Rank bookmarklet I keep tucked away in my bookmarks toolbar, my old personal blog still has a PR5 but the majority pages hit are old posts about Firefox and WordPress (written over a year old). very few hits on anything else.

    So much for realistic picture of how things are site-wise.

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