fredag 18 januari 2008

Compete Reports Fastest Moving Sites 2006-2007 -- Are the Numbers Correct? | CenterNetworks

Compete Reports Fastest Moving Sites 2006-2007 -- Are the Numbers Correct? | CenterNetworks: "Compete has a blog post today showing some of the fastest moving sites from December 2006 to December 2007. Many of the sites we've covered in the past are listed. On the positive side, sites include TechCrunch, CafeMom, Wordpress, LinkedIn, and Reddit. On the downside are sites including Vonage, Netscape and American Singles. I am shocked that Twitter isn't on the list with an Alexa of 600!

Written by Allen Stern - January 17, 2008

As an analytics freak, when I saw the report on TechCrunch, I immediately wondered how they got the percentage increases - for example, iamfreetonight, a startup covered on CN, is up 32,000%. They are a new site in 2007 so a large increase is probably more reasonable than say CafeMom which apparently grew 2,320%? My guess is that the percentages are missing a decimal place perhaps? In any event, the ranking is most likely correct so congrats to those listed!

They note, 'The chart above shows the top twenty sites that gained or lost the most amount of traffic from December 2006 to December 2007, as a percentage of visits in December 2006.'

Helge: I'll follow the post.

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