Blog Performance Measurement

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How can we know that our blog is really growing? Presently I’m checking my blog performance using Alexa and Google PR. I’m also submitting my blog to Technorati to get the traffic detail as well. I’ll be performing this analysis in an interval of 3 months. That means, I’ll be posting the traffic and performance result on the 1st of March 2008.

Alexa ranking = 5,290,760 (Use Alexa to check your Alexa rank)
PR = 3 (Use PageRank Checker to check your blog PR)                                                                                                                Technorati  Rank: 461,534  (as of 12/12/07)

How does your blog rank?

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  1. afham says:

    huhu…nice performance bro..

    i want to check my performance too..

  2. vangardx says:

    salam..ramai yg kata PR tu dah takde makna dah..betul ke?

  3. zaki says:

    @ afham,

    i checked you’ve got PR2, Alexa 55,211. Very good. Keep it up.

    @ vangardx,

    Yes, some say that PR does not really indicate the real value or ranking of our blog. However, few payperpost companies are still using PR as a benchmark to provide something to blog about.

    Anybody want to share other ranking checker apart from the one stated in the post. I think there is a new one, but i forgot where i read it from. Need to search for it.

  4. A low ranking on Alexa does not indicate that the traffic is not being generated on http://www.google.co.in, http://www.search.yahoo.com and http://www.search.msn.com search engines.

  5. Webworm says:

    My very GenTech blog (http://webworm-gentech.blogspot.com/) also got PR3 (infact the results consist of PR3 & NaN)…How do you read them ? Which one is correct, upto date and more reliable ?

  6. zaki says:

    @ Webworm,

    This is actually a subjective issue. It is simply because each tools have their own way of evaluating the blog or website. PR depends on how many sites link to ours and perhaps some other considerations. I’m still searching on how the others such as technorati and alexa rank the sites. I’ve heard about another tool that combine few factors in determining the rank, but I forgot about it. Need to search some more.

  7. webworm says:

    I have tried several “Pageranker”…they give more or less similar PR (say 3 or Nil)…

    Recently Google has done adjustment on website with Text-Link and PPP services…and i read several posts related to this…I noticed that one said Blog-A is PR5 while the other said Blog-A is PR4…really scratching my head…

    Hope Zaki or other reader may provide some idea…

  8. zaki says:

    From what I know, blog with PR 5 will easily get good pay for text-link and PPP program. I’m not really sure on which PR is considered Blog-A or Blog-B or what so ever. However, I’ll research on this later.

    I hope somebody or anybody can share this information too if you know.

  9. Aizat says:

    I am just a newbie here. I only know about adsense, advertlets and nuffnang. But i want to learn more about ppp

  10. zaki says:

    @ Aizat,

    No problem. You can learn about PPP here or by communicating by email with me. I’m new to PPP as well, but I can share some of my tiny experiences.

  11. music says:

    very interesting.
    i’m adding in RSS Reader

  12. zaki says:

    @ Music,

    Thanks….really appreciate it….You have an interesting music compilation site….well done!

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