Knowing who the top back links, New back links and Lost lack links to your site is incredibly valuable.
Some back links are more influential than others and add more value to… Continue reading
Our Marketing Director, Dixon gave a top class presentation at BrightonSEO (not being biased of course), which is above and I have summarized the ideas in my own words. The presentation challenges SEO’s to retrieve valuable data and think outside the box instead of simply manipulating Google. Furthermore, it will help you to use your initiative, be creative and stay ahead of the game as well as implement and achieve strategies with small budgets.
What does it do?
The Map tab in Site Explorer gives you a visual representation on where the referring domains to your site are hosted. They are displayed as dots on a map, larger and darker dots meaning the domain has a lot more backlinks to your site. This map allows you to Zoom in on a country, and by clicking on one of the ‘dots’ (referring domains)… Continue reading
Updated on 19th April ’13 – See footnote
IP counts and Subnet counts are no measure of link database superiority
As the market leader in Internet Mapping and link metrics for data analysts and on-line marketers, we are used to walking on a tightrope when it comes to comparing ourselves with… Continue reading
Researchers that collect quantitative, or numerically based, data implement various forms of statistical analysis methodologies to derive conclusions from this data. By seeking relationships between different data sets they accumulate, researchers can assess hypotheses about how different factors affect one another, and illustrate how strong these effects are. One such method entails testing for statistical correlations.
Correlation measures the relationship between two variables. Correlations are a simple form of… Continue reading