Friday, February 4, 2011
TrafficSwarm is in the same vein as BlogMad and BlogExplosion. Its completely free to join and can help you as you start to build traffic to your blog. Just for signing up you'll get some free credits that you can redeem to get people to visit your blog. Then you can also earn additional credits by surfing other TrafficSwarm users' blogs. A great way to get ideas from other people's blogs, leave comments (with a backlink to your blog) and get some traffic to your site in return.
TrafficSwarm also lets you sign up for a free subscription to Revenue magazine, just for joining TrafficSwarm. Revenue is a magazine devoted to the latest trends in online and affiliate marketing.
A few highlights of Feedburner:
- The Feedburner PingShot automatically notifies a bunch of web directories when you post new content.
- Feedburner lets you easily setup email subscription lists.
- Gives you serveral different chicklets to put on your site to make it easier for people to sign up for your feed.
- Allows you to automatically add links to social bookmarking sites (e.g. Digg, del.icio.us, Slashdot, Furl, Spurl, etc.) on each blog post and also in your FeedBurner feed. By using these links you can have your readers promote your blog for you. This is a very powerful tool for you to use as you grow your blog.
All in all, Feedburner is an awesome and free tool. Definitely worth checking out.
In light of my decision I wanted to take a minute to address why I'm moving and hopefully encourage others to do the same. My first and primary reason for the move is to allow this site to develop its own personality. It seemed to me that continuing to host on blogspot labels the site as being somewhat amateurish and doesn't leave much room to become any sort of authoritative source on increasing traffic to a blog. I'm also moving because I want to have the flexibility that having your own web space provides.
It seems that the longer I would have waited to move the hard the move would have been so I decided that the time was now. My own domain will cost about $8 and then a year of hosting can be just a few bucks a month, easily worth it I think.
If you're currently writing on blogspot, typepad, wordpress or some other blog hosting service make sure that you consider your goals for you blog and determine if having your own web space will further reaching those goals. If it will then its probably time to make a move.
Sunday, January 30, 2011
For a little change of pace, your host and blog moderator Chris Westmeyer has given me this opportunity to share with you some information on the future of online content, and a discussion of some important points to understanding its future significance. Hope you enjoy!
When talking about content, the first premise to consider is that for most companies, competing online via “new technology” has become more and more difficult. The truth is, regardless of company size, there can only be a select few winners in the contest to be the best “technology-driven” business online.
True, the technological lead sometimes changes hands, like it did away from AOL and MySpace to the current leaders in their respective fields. But those occurrences are becoming rare. Companies such as Google have gained so much mass, brand equity and momentum that it may be years before they are supplanted in any meaningful way. They won’t be handing off their lead in many categories anytime soon.
No, the way to compete today is by becoming a purveyor of content. Drive traffic to your website, platform or service by creating and sharing valuable information to your target audiences. Fill a niche market. Find a group or segment with unmet needs, and fulfill them.
And this is exactly what AOL and MySpace have done. AOL bought the blog network Weblogs, home to many popular blogs, such as Engadget and Joystiq; and they now employ over 3,000 freelance writers and more than 150 full-time journalists. And the AOL portal is still popular, and drives traffic to their many in-house publications.
MySpace decided to become a home for music and celebrity content. The platform is no longer about networking with friends, passing that baton to Facebook some time ago.
So, MySpace is now focused on a wide variety of entertainment channels, and features a huge supply of new music and music videos. Their plans to offer Facebook Connect functionality clearly show how re-focused their business plan has become. They couldn’t beat Facebook in social networking technology, so they shifted to becoming a content provider.
So becoming a “destination” is the key to competing online, for almost every small and mid-sized business, and even for most large corporations. It should also be noted that we’re obviously talking about a continual and ongoing process for creating content, not a singular campaign or event.
And when analyzing the examples above, it’s easy to understand why content must also be “fresh.” Ask yourself the question: Would you read the exact same newspaper two or more days in a row? Probably not. You need to view your web content in the same manner.
Without ongoing content being added to your website, readers have no incentive to return. And though your website may be highly-ranked today, without fresh content being added the search engines will (eventually) simply move on to sites with newer information.
Ideally, this means you’ll have new content every time the search engine crawler (for SEO newbies, an automated program used to review websites) visits. You need to show the engines that your site is being actively monitored and managed, obviously a good thing in their eyes. This ensures the crawler always has fresh content to index, and new links to explore. It won’t ever see your site as “stale”, and decide to drop it in the rankings.
So, think about your web content as accomplishing two equally important goals:
1. The first is to provide clear, compelling information about your brand, products and services, to influence the buying behavior of visitors.
2. The second goal is to attract (and keep) the attention of the search engines, to build your potential audience and prospective business going forward.
Knowing exactly what keywords to focus on within your content is a conversation for another day, but SEO pros can analyze your business and let you know which words are the ones you should include in your content. But, once these keywords have been established, where can you find source material that can assist you in writing your web copy?
There are a number of effective strategies that you can use to generate your content. First, look around your desk or office, and you’ll probably see some marketing materials or sales tools that you have used to educate and solicit new business. This is an excellent place to start. If you send an email newsletter, or print and distribute a traditional version, that information should be shared on your website as well. Writing and distributing press releases online is another good strategy.
After you have found source materials, how do you share your content? Creating standard web pages is obviously one possibility. Starting your own blog and either writing it yourself, or hiring a freelance writer to assist you, is another winning strategy. A well-written blog can establish you as an expert within your business category; a “trusted advisor” that readers will consult with before making purchasing decisions. And having your own blog provides you with an open forum to share new developments and news items, sales, discounts and special promotions with your readership.
A blog also allows you to receive comments from your readership, which creates a more collaborative and interactive environment. This type of feedback is vital to understanding the changing wants and needs of your customer base, and responding appropriately.
Of course, we cannot ignore the massive amounts of new content generated on social media, including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. These networks also allow for a back and forth conversation with your most loyal customers and biggest brand champions, as well as your prospects. Your content communicates directly with your network, providing the opportunity for feedback, and also the opportunity for current customers to spread the message about your business with their other connections.
Hopefully this post helps to explain the vital importance of your web content now, and going forward. In future posts, we will explore some winning tactics that you can use to successfully create and share what you have created.
Jim Haynes is the owner of Hat Trick Associates (HTA), a firm specializing in the creation of online content. HTA designs, writes and distributes completely custom email newsletters, writes professional blogs for companies, and also sets up and manages social networking accounts for businesses. His team can assist you with any writing or online content needs, and can be visited online at: www.hattrickassociates.com.
Original post - Internet 2010 in Numbers
Here we go.....
* 107 trillion – The number of emails sent on the Internet in 2010.
* 294 billion – Average number of email messages per day.
* 1.88 billion – The number of email users worldwide.
* 480 million – New email users since the year before.
* 89.1% – The share of emails that were spam.
* 262 billion – The number of spam emails per day (assuming 89% are spam).
* 2.9 billion – The number of email accounts worldwide.
* 25% – Share of email accounts that are corporate.
* 255 million – The number of websites as of December 2010.
* 21.4 million – Added websites in 2010.
* 39.1% – Growth in the number of Apache websites in 2010.
* 15.3% – Growth in the number of IIS websites in 2010.
* 4.1% – Growth in the number of nginx websites in 2010.
* 5.8% – Growth in the number of Google GWS websites in 2010.
* 55.7% – Growth in the number of Lighttpd websites in 2010.
* 88.8 million – .COM domain names at the end of 2010.
* 13.2 million – .NET domain names at the end of 2010.
* 8.6 million – .ORG domain names at the end of 2010.
* 79.2 million – The number of country code top-level domains (e.g. .CN, .UK, .DE, etc.).
* 202 million – The number of domain names across all top-level domains (October 2010).
* 7% – The increase in domain names since the year before.
* 1.97 billion – Internet users worldwide (June 2010).
* 14% – Increase in Internet users since the previous year.
* 825.1 million – Internet users in Asia.
* 475.1 million – Internet users in Europe.
* 266.2 million – Internet users in North America.
* 204.7 million – Internet users in Latin America / Caribbean.
* 110.9 million – Internet users in Africa.
* 63.2 million – Internet users in the Middle East.
* 21.3 million – Internet users in Oceania / Australia.
* 152 million – The number of blogs on the Internet (as tracked by BlogPulse).
* 25 billion – Number of sent tweets on Twitter in 2010
* 100 million – New accounts added on Twitter in 2010
* 175 million – People on Twitter as of September 2010
* 7.7 million – People following @ladygaga (Lady Gaga, Twitter’s most followed user).
* 600 million – People on Facebook at the end of 2010.
* 250 million – New people on Facebook in 2010.
* 30 billion – Pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) shared on Facebook per month.
* 70% – Share of Facebook’s user base located outside the United States.
* 20 million – The number of Facebook apps installed each day.
* 2 billion – The number of videos watched per day on YouTube.
* 35 – Hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute.
* 186 – The number of online videos the average Internet user watches in a month (USA).
* 84% – Share of Internet users that view videos online (USA).
* 14% – Share of Internet users that have uploaded videos online (USA).
* 2+ billion – The number of videos watched per month on Facebook.
* 20 million – Videos uploaded to Facebook per month.
* 5 billion – Photos hosted by Flickr (September 2010).
* 3000+ – Photos uploaded per minute to Flickr.
* 130 million – At the above rate, the number of photos uploaded per month to Flickr.
* 3+ billion – Photos uploaded per month to Facebook.
* 36 billion – At the current rate, the number of photos uploaded to Facebook per year.
Data sources and notes: Spam percentage from MessageLabs (PDF). Email user numbers and counts from Radicati Group (the number of sent emails was their prediction for 2010, so it’s very much an estimate). Website numbers from Netcraft. Domain name stats from Verisign and Webhosting.info. Internet user numbers and distribution from Internet World Stats. Facebook stats from Facebook and Business Insider. Twitter stats from Twitter (and here), TwitterCounter and TechCrunch. Web browser stats from StatCounter. YouTube video numbers from Google. Facebook video numbers from GigaOM. US online video stats from Comscore and the Pew Research Center. Flickr image numbers from Flickr.
I have to give out props to my buddy Zachary at SEO Faction. His new SEO/SEM corporate website is launching soon, but he has already released a great new marketing blog that is sure to become a 'must read' for all online marketers.
His first post is entitled, "Company Branding: Learning From Coca-Cola And Pepsi" is a great read and deeply thought out. I am always amazed (and a little jealous) by people like Zachary and others such as Aaron Wall (SEO Book) who can provide posts with such insight that are not only interesting to read, but make feel like a better person for reading (okay maybe not a better person, but maybe a bit smarter).
Check it all out here - SEO Faction Blog
(in addition you can always find a link in my favorites section in case you forget)
I am always on the lookout for new or better webmaster tools and it never hurts if they are also free. My newest find (maybe a bit older for some who have already found it) is woorank. It is probably one of the best and most accurate website analysis tools I have found in quite a while.
What I really like about woorank is that it provides a scoring system that helps frame all the data easier. While you may or may not agree with the scoring variables, I do give kudos to them for trying.
In addition to the website woorank the report also provides insights on:
--- Traffic Estimation
--- Current Alexa Rank
--- Current Compete Rank
--- Google Indexed Pages
--- Popular Pages
- In-Site SEO:
--- Title Tag
--- Meta Description
--- Meta Keywords
--- Headings (H1, H2, etc.)
--- Image Alt Text
--- Text/HTML Ratio
-- Inside Analysis:
--- Inside Page Analysis
-- Website Compliance:
--- WWW Resolve
--- XML Sitemaps
--- Doc Type
--- Google Analytics
--- WC3C Validity
--- Dublin Core
--- Geo Meta Tags
- Off-Site SEO:
--- Google Last Crawl Date
--- .edu Backlinks
--- .gov Backlinks
--- DMOZ Listing?
--- Yahoo Directory Listing?
-- Social Media:
--- Delicious Links
--- Twitter Recent Backlinks
--- Twitter Account Check
--- Wikipedia Backlinks
--- Readability Level
- Website Information:
--- Load Time
--- IP Address
-- Other Facts
--- Safe Browsing
-- Related Websites:
--- Related Wesbites and WooRank
Check it out now and Get YOUR WooRank - WooRank
Okay, now that I have your attention I want to tell you that it really is a FREE offer. I recently stumbled upon IMAutomator ad signed up for a FREE account to see if there was a catch.
There is a catch, it will only submit your website to 15 of the different social booking marking websites within their list and it will only perform 10 submissions a day. For FREE, that is fine with me. While the social bookmarking websites are ones you probably have never heard of, it is a FREE service and it does create a backlink with your specifications (including deep-linking).
So, why do they give the service away for FREE? Well, the idea is to move you up at a later date to the PRO account at $24.95 a month which gives you access to all their social bookmarking websites and more.
Here are some videos to better explain the service:
They have a lot of great training video here - IMAutomator Training Videos
So, what are you waiting for? Get your FREE account today and start submitting those bookmarks:
Homepage - IMAutomator
FREE Sign-up Page - IMAutomator Sign Up
Currently, what it shows is this:
- Domain Age
- Domain Name
- Alexa Ranking
- Alexa Backlinks
- AlltheWeb Backlinks
- AltaVista Backlinks
- Google PageRank (PR)
- Google Backlinks
- Google Bot Last Visit
- Google Indexed Pages
- Yahoo Indexed Pages
- Yahoo Backlinks
- Yahoo Directory Listing(s)
- DMOZ (The Open Directory) Listing(s)
- Bing Indexed Pages
- Ask.com Indexed Pages
- Digg Links
- Delicious Links
Check it out for FREE at - Rank Checker
First, on November 9th we hear that Ask.com decided it no longer really wants to be a search engine. You can read more here - Ask.com Update from their blog (I think it is weird that the President of Ask.com decided to write his name in all caps, what is that supposed to mean?).
Then, 1 day later, on November 10th we hear that Business.com is going to 'realigned' into some other Dex One Offering. There press release is here - Dex One Realigns Interactive Operations
This after all the excitement of Yahoo! also deciding to get out of the search business earlier this year, has created a lot of change within the search space in such a short time. The problem is that as we lose things we seldom get anything back and/or if we do get a new web property it is usually never as good as something else we lost.
Hopefully, Blekko, a new search engine proves me wrong and fills in the void of Ask.com. So far it does not appear to be happening, but there is always hope....:-)
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Automated free search engine submission resources (includes some web directories and niche search engines):
350 Search Engine Submissions - Link
300 Search Engine and Web Directory Submissions - Link
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140 Search Engine and Web Directory Submissions - Link
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100 Search Engine and Web Directory Submissions - Link
50 Search Engine Submissions - Link
40 Search Engine and Web Directory Submissions - Link
21 Search Engines and Web Directory Submissions - Link
20 Search Engine Submissions (at bottom of page) - Link
12 Search Engine Submissions - Link
Individual free search engine submission links:
Burf - Submission Page
Exalead - Submission Page
guruji - Submission Page
Gigablast - Submission Page
Entireweb - Submission Page
FyberSearch - Submission Page
MixCat - Submission Page
OneSeek - Submission Page
WhatUseek - Submission Page
Scrub The Web - Submission Page
Search Site - Submission Page
Infotiger - Submission Page
SonicRun - Submission Page
Abacho - Submission Page
Acoon.com - Submission Page
Amfibi - Submission Page
homerweb - Submission Page
JGDO - Submission Page
Myahint - Submission Page
Walhello - Submission Page
Just Added 3/20/08!
Big Finder - Submission Page
Search Hippo (requires free registration) - Submission Page
Web Squash - Submission Page
W8 Search - Submission Page
Tower Search (requires registration) - Submission Page
Just Added 3/21/08 - Decided to add in some of the major players after many requests.
Baidu (in Chinese, but pretty easy to figure out) - Submission Page
Google - Submission Page
Yahoo - (reguires free registration) - Submission Page
Search-O-Rama - Submission Page
Igwanna - Submission Page
Cipinet - Submission Page
Just Added 3/25/08
Navisso - Submission Page
AxxaSearch - Submission Page
Dino Search (for kids sites only) - Submission Page
Boitho - Submission Page
Gheto Search - Submission Page
Intel Seek - Submission Page
Search Ramp - Site Submission
Ultimate Web Search - Site Submission
Just added 3/29/08
Find Once - Submission Page
Net Search - Submission Page
Susy Search - Submission Page
Just added additional Chinese search engines 4/2/08
iASK - Submission Page
ZhongSou.com - Submission Page
Just added 4/7/08
Famhoo (family friendly search) - Submission Page
ExactSeek (requires registration) - Submission Page
AcrossCan (Canadian sites only) - Submission Page
Megaglobe - Submission Page
Just added 4/14/08
AnooX - Submission Page
Just added 4/20/08
Alexa - Submission Page
Aesop - Submission Page
Shoula! Search - Submission Page
NetSearch - Submission Page
Just added 4/22/08
SearchIt - Submission Page
Just added 4/24/08
Biveroo - (in German) Submission Page
Official Search - Submission Page
Iconnic - Submission Page
Coolfishy - Submission Page
CorrectSearch (requires registration) - Submission Page
Just added 4/27/08
Enter UK (UK sites only) - Submission Page
seeknet - Submission Page
Just added 4/30/08
hakia (requires registration) - Submission Page
gogo - (Russian site) - Submission Page
Just added 5/4/08
43N39E - Submission Page
Just added 5/6/08
Antya (click on Submit URL) - Submission Page
VROOSH! (requires reciprocal link) - Submission Page
Just added 5/17/08
Claymont Search - Submission Page
Really Big Search (requires registration) - Submission Page
Search Engine XXX (not adult - requires registration) - Submission Page
shazee (requires registration) - Submission Page
Just added 5/30/08
amidalla - Submit Page
Wedoo.com (requires registration) - Submit Page
Stopdog - Submission Page
searchengine.com - Submission Page
eXactBot - Submission Page
Just added 6/13/08
Vmgo.com - Submission Page
Just added 6/16/08
Blue.lu - Submission Page
Just added 6/29/08
eBingBong - Submission Page
Just added 7/1/08
Jungle Spider (German Sites Only) - Submission Page
NIGMA.RU (Russian) - Submission Page
Just added 7/3/08
Swoogle - Submission Page
Knoole - Submission Page
Just added 7/6/08
XavierSeek - Submission Page
Just added 7/13/08
Lexxe - Submission Page
Just added 7/16/08
Xoole - Submission Page
Just added 7/20/08
eTracking (have to click on 'Add URL') - Submission Page
Just added 7/27/08
Zoohoo (Slovakia)- Submission Page
Just added 7/31/08
Foovey Search (requires registration) - Submission Page
Just added 8/6/08
Cavarzano (Italian) - Submission Page
Just added 8/8/08
Yandex (Russian) - Submission Page
Just added 8/12/08
Yoozila - Submission Page
Just added 9/15/08
(They are all part of the same network, so submitting to one WILL most likely provide data to all of them)
Web Portal Guide - Submission Page
Search Blast - Submission Page
The Seek Portal - Submission Page
Find That Website - Submission Page
Search It Guide - Submission Page
Find Similar Pages - Submission Page
Smart Search Guide - Submission Page
Klik Point - Submission Page
Hi Seek - Submission Page
Hot Site Search - Submission Page
More Web Search - Submission Page
Peak Search - Submission Page
Prime Search Results - Submission Page
Search Box - Submission Page
Ifernatix Solutions - Submission Page
The Original Search Engine - Submission Page
amele - Submission Page
AZ to ZA - Submission Page
Dr. Search - Submission Page
Help You Search - Submission Page
My Search Pilot - Submission Page
Therbo Search - Submission Page
Search Engine Tool - Submission Page
Your Reply - Submission Page
Mouse Click - Submission Page
Dash Launch - Submission Page
All Best Search - Submission Page
Better Internet Search - Submission Page
I Need Search - Submission Page
Local Search Engine - Submission Page
Ask the Search Guru - Submission Page
Searching Portal - Submission Page
Home Business Data Center - Submission Page
Go Find Here - Submission Page
Webmaster Tools - Submission Page
Sitefind - Submission Page
Gokoole - Submission Page
BruneiFM - Submission Page
AcuSearch - Submission Page
My Coco Land - Submission Page
All Can Seek - Submission Page
All U Search - Submission Page
All We Seek - Submission Page
And Search - Submission Page
AskSearch - Submission page
Beat Bop - Submission Page
Best City Search - Submission Page
Best Net Search - Submission Page
Big Splash - Submission Page
Computer Seek - Submission Page
DigiCrawl - Submission Page
Dot Search - Submission Page
Easy To Search - Submission Page
Final Search - Submission Page
Find This - Submission Page
Find Path - Submission Page
Find Your Search - Submission Page
FindZilla - Submission Page
Fitter Bitter - Submission Page
Search Network - Submission Page
Hip Flip - Submission Page
Hypno Search - Submission Page
Lightning Search - Submission Page
Meta Search Live - Submission Page
MicroSeek - Submission Page
Mota Crawler - Submission Page
One Search Nation - Submission Page
Querybit - Submission Page
Rapid Crawl - Submission Page
Refresh Line - Submission Page
Remote Search - Submission Page
Search Mind - Submission Page
Search Quick - Submission Page
Search Bell - Submission Page
Sly Seek - Submission Page
SparkleBerry - Submission Page
Surfer Search - Submission Page
Sweet Search - Submission Page
Teeter Totter - Submission Page
Text Billboards - Submission Page
Think Seek - Submission Page
Thunder Seek - Submission Page
World Seek - Submission Page
Wow Seek - Submission Page
Yuppy Search - Submission Page
Maddog's Profiles - Submission Page
WaWiz - Submission Page
More Web Search - Submission Page
Find Portal - Submission Page
exopple - Submission Page
Just added 9/22
iDoFind.com - Submission Page
Just added 9/25
DeepIndex (in French, but indexes English pages also) - Submission Page
SpongeLink (currently only US and UK sites) - Submission Page
Just added 9/26
ubExact - Submission Page
Just added 10/9
TROPICA (in German, but appears to accept English sites) - Submission Page
www.search.ch (Swiss, but offers multiple languages) - Submission Page
Just added 10/10
XOLA (Vietnamese, but appears to accept English sites) - Submission Page
Just added 10/18
Thorseek (UK only sites - URL must end in suffix '.uk') - Submission Page
Just added 10/21
WEBoFANT (Swiss only sites - URL must end in suffix '.il' or '.ch') - Submission Page
Oriango - Submission Page
Find Once - Submission Page
Just added 11/9/08
Harmony Search (text mostly in Japanese) - Submission Page
WASALive! - Submission Page
Anopt (in Russian) - Submission Page
Rambler (in Russian) - Submission Page
Just added 11/16/08
META (Ukranian - requires registration) - Submission Page
Just added 12/01/08
Seznam (Czech) - Submission Page
acoon.de (German) - Submission Page
Just added 12/8/08
fastbot (German) - Submission Page
Semager (German) - Submission Page
KOBALA (Dutch) - Submission Page
Just added 12/18/08
Super.Info - Submission Page
Zatka (only Indian sites) - Submission Page
Abraham Search - Submission Page
Just added 12/19/08
Insitor (German) - Submission Page
Pogodak! (Croatian) - Submission Page
Just added 12/26/08
4-everY-1 - Submission Page
Just added 1/6/09
Searchers (UK) - Submission Page
Just added 1/13/09
onkosh (in Arabic) - Submission Page
Just added 1/23/09
Redzee - Submission Page (please note that is says that submissions are to only update the image used in visual portion of the engine results, it will add new sites in this way also)
Just added 1/28/09
Majestic-12 - Submission Page
Just added 2/11/09
SearchWiz - Submission Page
Just added 3/4/09
Sagoon (requires registration) - Submission Page
Just added 4/5/09
ODCN.org (Chinese) - Submission Page
NetSprint (Polish) - Submission Page
Just added 4/19/09
Nepal Search (Nepal sites only) - Submission Page
YAAL.DE (German) - Submission Page
Just added 4/20/09
All Xplore - Submission Page
Just added 4/29/09
Mardox - Submission Page
Just added 5/4/09
AnazitisiS - Submission Page
Just added 5/5/09
Yasmos - Submission Page
Just added 5/11/09
Najdi.si - Submission Page
Just added 5/13/09
HopHunt - Submission Page
Just added 5/21/09
STSEEK - Submission Page
Just added 5/25/09
Cnous.ch (French sites only) - Submission Page
Thagodz - Submission Page
Just added 5/28/09
ilse (Israeli) - Submission Page
Just added 6/21/09
Buscan.com (Canary Islands) - Submission Page
Just added 7/16/09
hengine - Submission Page
Just added - 7/21/09
Watta Search - Submission Page
Just added - 7/27/09
iSTOP.in - Submission Page
Just added 8/10/09
Jabse (Bulgarian) - Submission Page
Just added 8/11/09
Liggs - Submission Page
Just added 8/16/09
IWannaSearch - Submission Page
Just added 8/23/09
Wirtualna Polska (Polish) - Submission Page
Szukacz (Polish Sites Only) - Submission Page
Just added 8/25/09
Portelo (Israel) - Submission Page
Just added 9/3/09
Active Search Results - Submission Page
Just added 9/14/09
Ara.com.tr (Turkish) - Submission Page
Just added 9/24/09
SitiDi.net - Submission Page
Just added 10/21/09
Coyote Search - Submission Page
Spider Monkey - Submission Page
Logical Cities - Submission Page
Just added 11/1/09
ExploreWWW (requires registration) - Submission Page
Just added 11/18/09
Bing - Submission Page
Just added 11/26/09
Geona - Submission Page
LookClick - Submission Page
Just added 11/28/09
Secret Search Engine Labs - Submission Page
Just added 12/2/09
Gooru - Submission Page
Semager - Submission Page
Sujada! - Submission Page
Just added 12/17/09
Duck Duck Go - Submission Page
Search Sight - Submission Page
Just added 12/28/09
Ulysseek - Submission Page
Just added 12/29/09
Active Search Results(ASR) - Submission Page
Just added 1/4/10 (first one of the new year!)
Feedeep - Submission Page
UNAMOO - Submission Page
Just added 2/13/10
cruiser (Serbian) - Submission Page
Just added 2/25/10
SitiDi.net - Submission Page
Just added 3/15/10
Secret Search Engine Labs - Submission Page
Sorry about the delay....:-)
Just added 5/17/10
SoSo (China) - Submission Page
Information - Submission Page
Just added 6/4/10
Slider - Submission Page
Just added 8/13/10
U2Search - Submission Page
Uzoekt (Dutch) - Submission Page
Just added 9/10/10
Gocome - Submission Page
Just added 12/28/10
Ultimate Web Search - Submission Page
Secret Search Engine Labs - Submission Page
I have run across hundreds of websites claiming to help determine the value of your website. The problem with most of them is that either they are broken, outdated, use the wrong data sets (in my opinion) or are just plain so far off that you know it can't be right.
Well, every once in a while you run across a new(er) service that seems to actually have their act together. The one that I recently found is called Real Website Worth and it tends to do generally do a good job and is somewhat accurate. I really like the amount of data sources and information that it all pulls into one nice report within 60 seconds. The great part about all of it is that the service is free and has no strings attached.
So, check it out today for FREE at - www.RealWebsiteWorth.com.