getting traffic on alexa

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getting traffic on alexa
« on: 09-17-2019, 00:56:08 »
Hello! I m running a project that I supposed to rank in Indonesia. I ranked site in the top 5 positions on google in Indonesia but if I talk about Alexa, so the whole traffic showing from INDIA only. so I would like to know , how I can show traffic from Indonesia on Alexa. Besides this, I would like to inform you, traffic showing in google analytics from Indonesia and other countries also but in Alexa, it's only showing traffic from India. Kindly help!
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Re: getting traffic on alexa
« Reply #1 on: 10-02-2019, 02:10:55 »
Its better to have anayltics tool for your website to show its source of traffic and it will need a verification of owner process before you can integrate your site with your analytics tool.

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Re: getting traffic on alexa
« Reply #2 on: 10-02-2019, 03:06:12 »
Alexa's Traffic Ranks depend on the traffic information given by clients in Alexa's worldwide information board over a moving multi month time span. Site hits are the all out number of Alexa client URL demands for a site. In any case, different solicitations for a similar URL around the same time by a similar client are considered a solitary Pageview.

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Re: getting traffic on alexa
« Reply #3 on: 10-11-2019, 05:45:15 »
Start by analyzing your site first to see if there are any glaring problems that will hinder any of your more focused efforts. Search engines won't display your site to searchers if they've found problems with the way your site links to other sites, if pages are unreachable, or any number of other issues that you can identify and correct.


 

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