Call it the experience of driving in bad weather. Call it a lifestyle trend that people are simply safer. Call it blind luck. For one reason or another, it seems as if anyone east of Tennessee has less of a chance of being in a fatal accident than the rest of the country.
Alexa.com was once considered one of the best indications of the health and traffic on a website. When Compete.com entered the fray in 2000, they wanted to “…help create a more trusted, transparent, and valuable Internet.” They wanted to compete with what alexa had to offer and become the authority on website comparisons.
If you go by their numbers, they are now that authority.
Other than a brief moment in September, Alexa has always maintained a higher traffic ranking. This is according to the numbers supplied by compete.com. Alexa does not rank their own site. That’s a whole other story. Here are the numbers: Continue reading Compete overtakes Alexa (according to compete.com)
This really isn’t a question of Facebook vs. MySpace. It’s a question of Alexa.com vs. Compete.com.
According to Alexa, Facebook jumped ahead of MySpace last week to technically take the #6 spot. While it hasn’t changed on the official Alexa Top 500, a close examination of the line graph comparison shows the too big dogs in social networking neck and neck on Novemeber 20 and 21. Facebook jumped ahead by a small margin after that.
Compete.com paints a completely different picture. Despite the slower updates, MySpace still have a huge lead lead in October, 2007. It shows MySpace at 65 million versus Facebook’s 24 million. Continue reading Facebook jumps ahead of Myspace in Traffic (depending on who you believe)