[Air-L] Most popular sites

Robert Ackland robert.ackland at anu.edu.au
Tue Feb 5 17:14:31 PST 2008


Hitwise are pretty prominent in the area of comparative website traffic
data.  They produce ISP-centric measures of traffic (as opposed to Alexa,
who produce user-centric measures).  I would imagine that their service is
expensive.

Rob

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On Tue, 5 Feb 2008, Peter Fischer-Nielsen wrote:

>Dear all,
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>What is your experience with alexa.com? Can it be used as a reliable
>tool for measuring for instance the most used religious sites world
>wide:
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>http://www.alexa.com/browse/general/?&CategoryID=373&mode=general&R=True
>&Start=1&SortBy=Popularity
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>Do you know of other and better ways?
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>Kind regards,
>
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>
>Peter Fischer-Nielsen
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>PhD student, University of Aarhus, Denmark
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