Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Alexa redirect train


Understand that we need rank for our blog. Would you want your site Alexa rank growing up? They say size doesn't matter, but rank does.

Let us play Alexa redirect train. See your Alexa rank before joint this, then We will dance for better Alexa rank . Next week let's us checked your Alexa rank, informed me the result.

This is the train:

~Start Copying Here~
Alexa Redirect Train by Carl Ocab

Rules:

1. Put anything you like above this list – Chit Chat, talkies, introduce what this is. Something like that ;-)

2. Start copying on the “~Start Copying Here~” and copy all the things listed without removing the links (Of course, the train would be no use without those links)

3. Move all the sites labeled “Newbies” to the list labeled “Oldies”

4. Add 5 sites that you want to include in the train and make their link like this: http://redirect.alexa.com/redirect?www.example.com then invite them to join the train.

5. Visit all the listed sites! (That’s not much work! Remember, if you plant good seeds they will also grow good) and look at your high Alexa ranking next week!

Newbies

Oldies

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5 comments:

  1. ok..i am joining ur train...thanx

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  2. I did it ... everyone is in my train

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  3. I did it , everyone is in the train http://tinyurl.com/ysecwb

    regards ..

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  4. Alexa’s crawler is one of the biggest in the Web world. By 2005 Alexa's crawler was hitting 4 to 5 billion pages a month and archiving 1 terabyte of data a day. Today this figure has changed. Now Alexa archives almost 1.6 terabytes of data per day, and hits a total of 4.5 billion pages from over 16 million sites. In an attempt to open up a whole new market Alexa made an announcement that its crawler would be open to up its crawler to requests from the floor to anyone willing to pay.

    The programmatic access to Alexa's web search engine was enabled by the Alexa Web Search Platform. However, this platform also tried to start a search revolution. But after a while this platform was also taken over by the Amazon Web Services. Alexa also has a directory which is very similar to DMOZ, the open directory project. The directory has the ability to sort categories by Popularity and Average Review rating. Through the directory one can also access the necessary and related information of websites just by clicking on the title of the site. The Alexa technology was also incorporated into Internet Explorer 5 in 1999. In this way Microsoft also has its share in making Alexa the web giant that it is today.

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