How much do you know about your competitor’s website? Do they get more traffic than your site, or less? What keywords are sending them the most traffic?
Compete.com can give you the answers.
Put in three website addresses. Compete will give you their traffic chart. For websites with enough traffic, it will also give a list of top keywords. Good stuff, and all at no charge. Of course, if you’ll sign up for a paid account, you can get additional reports and features, including lists of sites that refer traffic to them.
|Traffic graph from Compete.com|
- Check into the competition.
- Check out a website before you choose to advertise with them.
- Gather ideas from websites in any industry.
- Run a quick check on other businesses in town.
It’s a quick way to get an idea of the relative traffic of any two (or three) websites.
Get all the goodness at Compete.com.
How would you use it?
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Tiffany C. Wright says
Thank you for introducing me to Compete.com. I’ve used Market Samurai in the past but just primarily use Google Analytics and Alexa now. I like the idea of the information being readily available through an easy-to-use resource. My time is somewhat limited (isn’t everyone’s?) so if this will save me time, I’m all for it.
Tiffany C. Wright