10 Free Ways to Improve your Alexa Ranking

Posted on December 9, 2009

Many people have asked me how I’ve been able to improve my Alexa from 2,000,000 to 115,000 in about four months. I’d like to share with you ten simple and free ways to improve your Alexa ranking.  For those of you who don’t know, Alexa is a tool that ranks website traffic. For example an Alexa ranking of 100,000 means that your site is the 100,000 most visited site on the web. Of course, this is not always accurate but it does give some estimation of a site popularity.

How does Alexa work?

Alexa measures your site’s ranking by gathering data from visitors with the Alexa toolbar installed. By the way this is the key to improving your ranking. (You do not have to install the toolbar to have a ranking though.)

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Why would you want to improve you ranking?

  • It makes you feel good and gives you bragging rights.
  • More importantly it means that your site is popular, which creates a viral effect.

Some random Alexa rankings:
Google: 1
Facebook: 2
Twitter: 14
eBay: 25
CNN: 60
Digg: 104
Here are the top 500 sites.

Besides from driving more traffic to your site, here are 10 other ways to improve your Alexa ranking:

  • Install the Alexa toolbar, and set your site as your homepage in your browsers.
  • Add an Alexa widget, button or graph to your site.
  • Get reviews and ratings on the Alexa site.
  • Write or blog about Alexa (as I am doing now.)
  • Share your site in webmaster forums, since many members have the toolbar installed.
  • Write content related to “techish,” “web” people, so that they are attracted to your site.
  • Make sure your site is active on Twitter, Facebook, Digg, Delicious and StumbleUpon.
  • Join Asian social networks, the Alexa toolbar is very popular in the Asian tech community.
  • Set up a freebie page, tool or resource list, free e-book that attracts other people who may have the Alexa toolbar installed.
  • Don’t forget, more traffic = better!

If you have any questions or suggestions please let me know below.


125 Replies to "10 Free Ways to Improve your Alexa Ranking"

  • Shirley
    December 9, 2009 (5:26 pm)
    Reply

    Great Tips, Ben. I would also love to add one.
    Update your blog or website regularly because blogs or websites updated regularly tend to rank higher on Alexa.

    Hope this helps :).
    .-= Shirley´s last blog post: Discussion: Does One’s Blogging Platform Determine The Success Of One’s Blog? =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 9, 2009 (5:43 pm)
      Reply

      Your welcome, that’s a good point, thanks for sharing Shirley. Regards

      • Shirley
        December 9, 2009 (8:01 pm)
        Reply

        You’re welcome, Ben :).
        .-= Shirley´s last blog post: Discussion: Does One’s Blogging Platform Determine The Success Of One’s Blog? =-.

  • Hesham @ FamousBloggers
    December 9, 2009 (5:55 pm)
    Reply

    Nice tips for today Ben, I am working on some of these during my free time, a little bit of work that bring benefits to my blogs!
    .-= Hesham @ FamousBloggers´s last blog post: How to Make Money from ComLuv Social Network – MMO from here and there #2 =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 9, 2009 (6:00 pm)
      Reply

      Thanks, it should really benefit you. Good luck Hesham!

  • Sarge | BeginnerBlogger.com
    December 9, 2009 (7:02 pm)
    Reply

    Does actually having the alexa toolbar increase your rankings or do you just mean so you can keep a track of how your site and other sites are tracking based on the alexa ranking?

    It sounded to me like you HAD to have the alexa toolbar installed in order for Alexa to rank you at all, which I’m not sure is true.

    Can you clarify?

    Sarge | BeginnerBlogger.com
    .-= Sarge | BeginnerBlogger.com´s last blog post: How To Apply A Google Analytics Filter For Quality Results =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 9, 2009 (7:09 pm)
      Reply

      Sorry, I’ll definitely clarify. Having the toolbar installed improves your Alexa ranking, however you do NOT need to have it installed to be ranked. Hope that makes more sense.

  • steppinout
    December 9, 2009 (7:51 pm)
    Reply

    Hi Ben,
    Thanks for this useful tips. I’m planning to add Alexa button/badge as soon my blog rank is below 100,000.
    .-= steppinout´s last blog post: Download National Geographic’s Wallpapers For Free =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 10, 2009 (5:50 am)
      Reply

      Hi.
      Well if you want to reach below 100,000 faster you should add the button/badge now. Sounds like a good plan though.

  • ileane
    December 9, 2009 (6:27 pm)
    Reply

    Hi Ben,

    Can you recommend some Asian social networks to join? I’m not sure how to find that information.

    I’m glad you shared these tips. I can put some of them to good use. I’m not sure about the toolbar though, since I am using Google Chrome. Do you think it’s available? Maybe soon.

    I have so many toolbars (StumbleUpon, Norton, etc.) on my IE8 that pretty soon, I won’t be able to find the internet.

    Great article, thank you for sharing.

    @Ileane
    .-= ileane´s last blog post: Promote Your Blog With a Podcast =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 9, 2009 (6:44 pm)
      Reply

      Hi,
      Sure, here are some: Orkut, Hi5, and of course Facebook and Twitter are always good. Well on Firefox you could install the toolbar without even seeing it, that way it does its magic and doesn’t bother you. I’m sure now that Chrome Extensions are rolling out, Alexa’s toolbar may become available.
      Your welcome of course.

      • Olusegun
        February 6, 2010 (3:31 pm)
        Reply

        Hi Man,

        Awesome tips, very concise.
        Great time saver.

    • Kellee Byrd
      December 20, 2009 (12:17 pm)
      Reply

      To my disappointment, this is not available for Google Chrome…

      • Ben Lang
        December 20, 2009 (12:49 pm)
        Reply

        Oh I don’t use Google Chrome so I didn’t know, but I’m sure it will come out soon…

        • Kellee Byrd
          December 21, 2009 (11:26 am)
          Reply

          As ironic as this sounds, I would like to see Chrome begin giving more of these types of options; albeit the appeal of Chrome to begin with was it’s clean look and extensive amount of real estate (ie lack of clutter with 50 toolbars).

          Confusing, yes; however I am a consumer so I am right, right?

  • Lee Ka Hoong
    December 9, 2009 (9:20 pm)
    Reply

    I’ve installed the toolbar, add the widget in my blog, and get reviews for my Alexa profile. Then it brought my Alexa ranking to 50k+ right now. All the tips above are very useful and if I follow all of them, I believe that I hit higher.

    Anyway, traffic is the key, as long as you have traffic and your Alexa ranking will be increased.

    Cheers,
    Lee

    • Ben Lang
      December 10, 2009 (5:56 am)
      Reply

      Wow, that’s very impressive! Yes I agree:
      “Don’t forget, more traffic = better!”
      Regards.

  • Rajesh Kanuri @ TechCats
    December 9, 2009 (10:35 pm)
    Reply

    all the tips were usefull.. keep you blog updated and comment more on other blogs.. try to get more backlinks.. It helps you to rank better.. my blog is just an update away to 100k club and i reached it in less than 75 days…
    .-= Rajesh Kanuri @ TechCats´s last blog post: Download Beta Versions of Google Chrome for Linux & Mac =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 10, 2009 (5:57 am)
      Reply

      Sounds good to me, under 100k is really good, congratulations!

  • Alex Ainsberg
    December 9, 2009 (8:37 pm)
    Reply

    I just find it interesting from a viewers perspective what each website is rated. It is a good tool to which websites, or web tools are reliable and well known.

  • Blog Guide
    December 10, 2009 (3:49 am)
    Reply

    It is true, that you can improve your Alexa ranking a lot by using the tips you provided.

    It is totally another question, why should you even worry about the Alexa ranking. You really can’t use it as any type of measure, because it is really easy to cheat and poof… There are even autosurf programs that you can use to cheat the ranking and make it jump high.

    Just my 2 cents here. Thanks for the post.
    .-= Blog Guide´s last blog post: Staying Motivated with Blogging =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 10, 2009 (5:58 am)
      Reply

      I agree, Alexa is not accurate. I said above these are the reasons to work on your Alexa:
      ◦It makes you feel good and gives you bragging rights.
      ◦More importantly it means that your site is popular, which creates a viral effect.
      Regards.

      • Bjorn | iCan't Internet
        December 11, 2009 (1:15 am)
        Reply

        Besides these two reasons (the first one is great btw), there is another important reason. The Alexa rank is often used to value your website. In case you would want to sell your site, or sell ad-space, it is often the Alexa rank that is considered to see what your site is worth.
        .-= Bjorn | iCan’t Internet´s last blog post: Blogging: 8 Elements for Grabbing and Keeping Attention =-.

  • Ms. Freeman
    December 10, 2009 (9:10 am)
    Reply

    Hi Ben,

    I am currently focusing on increasing the number of reviews done on my blog. If you want to do a review trade let me know. You write one for me and I write one for you. I even do a blog post about it as well.

    http://www.freemanlegacyllc.com/2009/11/10-quick-alexa-reviews-for-my-blog-buddies/
    .-= Ms. Freeman´s last blog post: Don’t Get Stuck In the Quagmire of Thinking Small =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 10, 2009 (10:12 am)
      Reply

      Hi
      That sounds like a great idea, I’ll check that out. Thanks for sharing :)

  • Uttoran Sen
    December 10, 2009 (9:03 am)
    Reply

    nice tips, i personally do not like to keep the badge and the buttons, am just focusing on improving the traffic and expecting to see the alexa rank better by its own :)
    .-= Uttoran Sen´s last blog post: Tech Nascent Home Office =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 10, 2009 (10:07 am)
      Reply

      Well it only helps but its not absolutely neccessary, but as long as traffic goes up, your Alexa ranking should improve.

  • Will
    December 10, 2009 (1:06 pm)
    Reply

    All really good tips Ben – and I plan to feature link to this post when writing about Alexa (and its relevance to my own website concept)in the not-so-distant future.

    Cheers
    Will
    P.S. Hoping to post about your site in the next days ( and sending an email to you soon about this …)
    .-= Will´s last blog post: Brianstorming =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 10, 2009 (4:55 pm)
      Reply

      Thanks, awesome, I love when people link to my site :) I received your email and replied. Regards.

  • James Moralde
    December 10, 2009 (7:33 pm)
    Reply

    I guess it’s time to get that Alexa toolbar then. Then I could proceed with the other 9 tips. And, wow, Ms Freeman’s suggestions sounds cool too. Thanks for the tips Ben.
    .-= James Moralde´s last blog post: Capture Web page: My 3 Favorite Methods =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 10, 2009 (8:54 pm)
      Reply

      Great to hear, it should really help you. Thanks again Ms Freeman!

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  • chandan
    December 11, 2009 (3:46 am)
    Reply

    I have also write one article on how to improve alexa rank, I really happy that my blog alexa rank is now approx 74000
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    • Ben Lang
      December 11, 2009 (8:21 am)
      Reply

      Wow, thats very impessive. I’m sure you also provide some great tips and advice. Thanks!

  • David | ilcantone.com
    December 11, 2009 (2:31 pm)
    Reply

    Hi Ben,

    You stated some good points above. I guess that is easier to get a better rank on Alexa for bloggers who write about blogging. My blog is on personal development and I can’t apply some of your ideas like writing an article about Alexa. But I liked your tip of joining some Asian social networks, great idea.

    By the way, you have a great blog. Congrats :)

    See you Ben.
    .-= David | ilcantone.com´s last blog post: HOW TO OVERCOME YOUR FEAR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 12, 2009 (5:11 pm)
      Reply

      Hi David,
      Well you could always incorporate some blogging into your blog 😉 Anyways, there are many other ways to improve your Alexa. Thanks for visiting my blog!

  • Element321
    December 11, 2009 (2:45 pm)
    Reply

    Thanks for the Alexa advice. I am starting a new blog, and have been trying to figure how to get my alexa rating up so I can have a game plan, ready when the site completely setup and running smoothly.

    • Ben Lang
      December 12, 2009 (5:13 pm)
      Reply

      Your welcome, I hope you take this advice into hand when starting your blog. Regards

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  • Jan
    December 12, 2009 (12:00 pm)
    Reply

    Thanks for a great article. My Alexa rank seems to go up and down like a jo-jo and I have no idea why…Alexa tool bar installed and all.

    • Ben Lang
      December 12, 2009 (5:14 pm)
      Reply

      No problem, maybe now it will just go down after reading this article 😉

  • Eric B.
    December 13, 2009 (11:07 am)
    Reply

    These are some good tips. But I don’t think I’ll be installing the Alexa toolbar, because I already have a bookmarks toolbar, the StumbleUpon toolbar and the Web Developer Toolbar. I don’t really need another one 😛

    • Ben Lang
      December 13, 2009 (3:03 pm)
      Reply

      Thanks, I appreciate it. Well just some advice, you could install the toolbar and hide it, that way you get the benefits of it and yet don’t have to see it…

  • Marc Augustine
    December 14, 2009 (8:55 am)
    Reply

    I have been following your blog on and off for a couple months now and I checked your alexa a few days ago and was amazed. Then I come here and I see that you made a post about it. Good stuff man..I will be using some of these methods myself…I am going to try the comment software
    .-= Marc Augustine´s last blog post: Dealing with Debt Collectors for your personal debt =-.

  • Netchunks - Web Magazine
    December 14, 2009 (4:31 pm)
    Reply

    Nice to meet the youngest famous blogger on the net. I will follow your tips. Thanks a lot
    .-= Netchunks – Web Magazine´s last blog post: Free Christmas Vectors =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 15, 2009 (4:59 pm)
      Reply

      Haha, well not the youngest on the net, but the youngest so far in the “Famous Bloggers Club” Thanks!

  • TheInfoPreneur
    December 18, 2009 (12:18 pm)
    Reply

    Good post Ben,

    I went from 8,000,000 to ranked top 100,000 in 7 weeks (although my current ranking is being dragged to 180,000 as my site is less than 3 months old)

    As you said Alexa isn’t that accurate to websites above the 100,000 mark but a good enough indication of how you are doing and how many sites link in etc etc.

    A very very good post and well worth a re-tweet.

    • Ben Lang
      December 18, 2009 (1:56 pm)
      Reply

      Thanks, thats very impressive, almost what I did :)Thanks so much for visiting and commenting on my blog. Nice to meet you.

  • Aaron
    December 18, 2009 (2:53 pm)
    Reply

    Does it matter if the alexa badge or widget is on every page? Could I just place it on my blog page or just the homepage?
    .-= Aaron´s last blog post: The Biggest Loser Season 8 Finale: Just as I Predicted. =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 19, 2009 (3:29 pm)
      Reply

      Hi Aaron,
      That’s a great question, I’m not really sure, but I think that if its just on the homepage it should still help.

  • Aaron
    December 19, 2009 (4:59 pm)
    Reply

    Thanks,
    I’ll give it a try and see what impact it has.
    .-= Aaron´s last blog post: Organic food coupons =-.

  • Jawaad Ahmad Khan
    December 26, 2009 (9:58 pm)
    Reply

    Good info on Alexa. I never really understood what that site was about, but thanks for the nice explanation. I’ll see if I can get higher in the ranks hopefully.
    .-= Jawaad Ahmad Khan´s last blog post: V2 – “Changes” =-.

    • Ben Lang
      December 27, 2009 (8:54 am)
      Reply

      Thanks, well by higher in the ranks I hope you mean lower, because the lower your ranking is the better your Alexa is.

  • Ruben | OurBlogLog
    January 5, 2010 (1:14 pm)
    Reply

    I initially read this when my website was ranked at about 550k and now its ranked at around 173k and all because of this post. Finally revisited the blog and just wanted to thank you for posting such detailed information.
    The site I ranked for is not a blog but a static company page! Which in my opinion is harder due to the fact that blogs are more active. http://www.AutoMoversofNY.com

    • Ben Lang
      January 5, 2010 (2:01 pm)
      Reply

      Wow, that’s incredible. I’m so happy that thanks to this post you were able to lower your Alexa so much! I’m sure it is harder for static company pages which is very impressive. Good luck!

    • Alex
      January 16, 2010 (11:44 am)
      Reply

      That’s an insane change for just taking the advice on this page. Nice work mate. Now, I’ll see what effect it has on mine, heh.
      .-= Alex´s last blog post: Will Smith On What It Takes To Be Successful =-.

  • Free Vector Graphics
    January 14, 2010 (3:17 am)
    Reply

    hi, Thanks for the great tip on how to increase Alexa ranking. Most important is Toolbar and widget or button.
    .-= Free Vector Graphics´s last blog post: Visiting Card WordPress Theme =-.

    • Ben Lang
      January 15, 2010 (2:09 pm)
      Reply

      Those two are very important but all of the efforts add up.

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  • Suresh Khanal
    January 18, 2010 (8:28 pm)
    Reply

    Hi ben,

    Does it not sound a bit controversial? If alexa is a measure of traffic flow to a site, where comes the role of putting badge on blog? Moreover, by setting your own blog as home page for your alexa toolbar, how much would it contribute to ranking? Any blogger would hardly open his blog 100 times a day if indents to, does it count to improve in ranking. If it is true whatever you discussed on the post, don’t you think Alexa is bribing bloggers and webmasters to gain back-link and popularity of alexa itself?
    .-= Suresh Khanal´s last blog post: How can I decide what should be my next post? =-.

    • The Digital Life & Tools Blog
      January 22, 2010 (9:32 pm)
      Reply

      Actually, you’d be opening your homepage and other pages a lot of times wouldn’t you?

      I open the homepage and the page of the latest post to test that they look OK.

      Generally, though, I think that Alexa also gets its data from sources other than the toolbar.
      .-= The Digital Life & Tools Blog´s last blog post: How to Claim Your Blog on Technorati =-.

      • Suresh Khanal
        January 23, 2010 (6:21 am)
        Reply

        Will it add to website reputation and ranking if I opened my own website many times a day?
        .-= Suresh Khanal´s last blog post: Badge To Increase Alexa Ranking? =-.

        • Ben Lang
          January 23, 2010 (5:09 pm)
          Reply

          No it wouldn’t, that’s not the point of the Alexa system. It’s just a way to help a bit…

  • Linda Randall
    January 19, 2010 (9:44 pm)
    Reply

    I like the Alexa info.. I’ve always wondered how it worked! thanks 4 the tips.

    I blog about writing, best selling authors, book and movie reviews.

    http://theideagirlsays.wordpress.com
    .-= Linda Randall ´s last blog post: Haitian Earthquake Relief: Brad & Angie, Clooney,Wyclef Jean – Deborah Pardes =-.

    • Ben Lang
      January 20, 2010 (11:00 am)
      Reply

      No problem! Nice to meet you, I’ll be checking out your blog shortly :)

  • Shawn K.
    January 25, 2010 (8:12 pm)
    Reply

    Very nice article, much appreciated!

    I never really thought of how much Alexa could/would impact a website!
    .-= Shawn K.´s last blog post: Adsense and AJAX: A Solution =-.

  • Lakhyajyoti
    February 1, 2010 (9:27 pm)
    Reply

    Good article.My site is very new.Alexa rank is around 2800000.I want to see my site under 100k.
    .-= Lakhyajyoti´s last blog post: Kontera Out,Infolinks In =-.

    • Ben Lang
      February 2, 2010 (5:23 pm)
      Reply

      Great to hear, following these tips you’ll be able to do that in no time 😉

  • Serge@CarTransporters
    February 3, 2010 (5:54 pm)
    Reply

    I got my Alexa rank down to 192,000 and it just got stuck on this number for a while now. I’m try to find more ways to improve, if any one ave any ideas please post.

    • Ben Lang
      February 3, 2010 (8:15 pm)
      Reply

      Well thats great, keep following the tips above and will continue to drop.

      • murat
        June 14, 2011 (7:58 pm)
        Reply

        Thanks for useful tips,really helpful..

  • tempo dulu
    February 8, 2010 (1:26 am)
    Reply

    alexa has been shown to be very inaccurate. Noone takes it seriously anymore – at least I don’t!
    .-= tempo dulu´s last blog post: Obama Bar, Jakarta =-.

    • Ben Lang
      February 8, 2010 (4:33 pm)
      Reply

      It is very inaccurate, although some people do still use it to measure sites. Best regards.

  • Ed
    February 19, 2010 (7:44 pm)
    Reply

    thanks my alexa rank is going awesome

    • Ben Lang
      February 20, 2010 (4:41 pm)
      Reply

      Glad to hear this post helped! Good luck :)

  • forlan
    February 21, 2010 (4:41 pm)
    Reply

    I think I just rise our traffic. I think we do not have to put widget or else. It is simple to raise our alexa rank
    .-= forlan´s last blog post: Do not work as an e-mail maker =-.

    • Ben Lang
      February 21, 2010 (6:28 pm)
      Reply

      Yes that’s key, putting a widget is just a little trick, raising traffic is the main part though.

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    February 21, 2010 (4:43 pm)
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  • Blogging Tips
    March 1, 2010 (1:47 am)
    Reply

    Thanks for sharing this.I was not knowing the importance of Alexa tool bar.I will install it today.
    .-= Blogging Tips´s last blog post: How to increase Search Traffic =-.

    • Ben Lang
      March 1, 2010 (7:09 am)
      Reply

      Your welcome, glad to help out :)

  • Onibalusi Bamidele
    March 10, 2010 (10:58 am)
    Reply

    Great post on improving your alexa rank, even though the ranking is biased it still gives your website bragging rights as you said.
    Thanks
    .-= Onibalusi Bamidele´s last blog post: 7 DAYS TO ONLINE SUCCESS 3 =-.

    • Ben Lang
      March 11, 2010 (5:51 am)
      Reply

      Thanks! Yeah it’s not very accurate but you could definitely brag about it.

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  • Patrick Curl - Facebook Marketer
    April 5, 2010 (11:42 pm)
    Reply

    Another great way is to Piss off an A-List blogger, who loves to FlameBait.

    Let’s say Shoemoney for instance? Just sayin’. (google my name to find out what I’m talkin’ about.)
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    • Ben Lang
      April 25, 2010 (3:10 pm)
      Reply

      Good idea, thanks for sharing the tip.

  • blogger
    April 9, 2010 (8:26 pm)
    Reply

    hanks my alexa rank is going awesome

  • Brendan
    April 21, 2010 (6:18 pm)
    Reply

    Very interesting ideas man. I like the idea of targeting webmasters. You’re right to assume that webmasters are WAY more likely to have the toolbar installed.
    .-= Brendan´s last blog post: The Future of Your Business Depends on Customer Opinions =-.

    • Ben Lang
      April 25, 2010 (3:10 pm)
      Reply

      Glad you think so, yeah it’s more likely that webmaster and bloggers have it installed than regular readers…

  • John Spartan
    April 25, 2010 (2:42 pm)
    Reply

    Thanks for the tip mate. I’ll be sharing this tip to my other partners in crime. Let’s see how well my ranking does after this.
    .-= John Spartan´s last blog post: Super SFIV Fight Club Party Ends with a Double KO =-.

  • Kimi
    May 21, 2010 (8:28 am)
    Reply

    Awesome tips Ben, i heard alexa ranking is not so accurate, however we can’t ignore alexa, will follow your tip to write article about alexa! thanks!
    .-= Kimi´s last blog post: Secure WordPress Part 1 =-.

    • Ben Lang
      May 21, 2010 (5:21 pm)
      Reply

      Thanks. It’s not very accurate, which is something that a lot of people don’t know, so it still helps to maintain your ranking.

  • blogging tips
    May 29, 2010 (2:00 am)
    Reply

    thanks for the post and hope i could decrease my alexa rank as well.
    .-= blogging tips´s last blog post: Using Linkworth To Monetize Your Blog =-.

    • Ben Lang
      May 29, 2010 (8:59 pm)
      Reply

      Sure thing, if you follow these tips it will :)

  • Entrepreneur Blog
    June 1, 2010 (5:13 am)
    Reply

    Oddly, I do sneak a peak at Alexa every now and then… it is nice to see the site rank higher… but I don’t find it particularly useful in indicating traffic, when I have had lost of traffic I actually went down on Alexa…. I guess it was more people visiting who don’t have the toolbar installed…
    .-= Entrepreneur Blog´s last blog post: New Regulations May Hurt Start-Ups =-.

    • Ben Lang
      June 1, 2010 (6:31 am)
      Reply

      It doesn’t measure traffic very well, but its a good way to see your progress.

  • david
    June 25, 2010 (2:54 am)
    Reply

    I have heard the tip about the toolbar before but I really don’t see why alexa is so important, they are not that accurate with their statistics. I have some sites that have a low alexa because the sites don’t have that many links but they get a lot of traffic.

    • Ben Lang
      June 26, 2010 (6:07 pm)
      Reply

      Yes you’re 100% right, Alexa is not very accurate. Some people don’t know that which is why its good to lower your Alexa rank…

  • jami
    June 26, 2010 (8:43 am)
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    Thanks for the pointers, I’m new to the Alexa rating and just slowly learning about it. Do you know how long it takes a new site to get an Alexa rating, I bought my own domain recently and I’m still ‘unranked’?

    • Ben Lang
      June 26, 2010 (6:07 pm)
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      Sure, I’m not sure how long it takes, but I know that its not instant. It should start soon though. Good luck with your new sites.

  • BLoG kiTa
    July 8, 2010 (10:18 am)
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    Nice trick! by the way, how old you now? You have a great blog!

  • Zach
    July 12, 2010 (4:48 am)
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    Good tips, Ben!
    Google Chrome has a useful extension called: Chrome SEO…it is a little button in the toolbar that allows you to get Alexa, Quantcast, Majestic, Compete, etc. rankings instantly for the page you are on (all without leaving the page). I’ve been a Firefox user for a long time, and still revert back to it for some items…but I have really started to enjoy Chrome, and they are releasing more extensions all the time.

    • Ben Lang
      July 12, 2010 (6:29 am)
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      Thanks! Cool was just looking for a plugin like that :)

  • wilson@wilsonusman
    July 31, 2010 (10:38 am)
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    Thanks for the tips these are very useful and actionable steps to improve alexa rank, I’m going to try them immediately

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  • Manish Singh
    April 16, 2011 (1:29 am)
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    I just rise our traffic. I think we do not have to put widget or else. It is simple to raise our alexa rank.

  • Edward Culligan
    April 24, 2011 (1:59 am)
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    Great information on the Alexa topic. It was very helpful to my website and even lowered rank from like 8 million to 6 million. I know I have a long way to go but it did work out. I added the toolbar and it was instant. I would really like if someone wrote reviews on my website to see where the rank takes it on Alexa. That would be a good great experiment to report back.

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    June 15, 2011 (2:35 pm)
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  • ipottgroup1
    August 25, 2011 (6:53 am)
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  • Owner PharmaJobLinks
    September 30, 2011 (4:32 pm)
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    Very informative & THANKS for the info. It has seemed to work a bit so far… any other tips anyone has, we’d love to hear them!!!

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    November 1, 2011 (1:21 pm)
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    December 2, 2011 (1:09 am)
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    January 25, 2012 (7:37 am)
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    December 20, 2012 (10:48 am)
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    nice ways to improve the alexa rankings….one more thing is to get claimed your site in alexa.

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