Thursday, 01 September 2016 00:54

Top Most Popular Video Websites

Top 15 Most Popular Video Websites September 2016

Here are the top 15 Most Popular Video Sites as derived from our rank which is updated average of each website's

Traffic Rank from Compete and Quantcast,Alexa Global Traffic Rank.

You Tube1 YouTube - 1,000,000,000 Unique Visitors4 - Compete Rank, 2 - Quantcast Rank, 3 - Alexa Rank

NetFLix2 NetFlix - 150,000,000 Unique Visitors24 - Compete Rank, 166 - Quantcast Rank, 95 - Alexa Rank

Vimeo3 Vimeo - 130,000,000 Unique Visitors148 - Compete Rank, 44 - Quantcast Rank, 98 - Alexa Rank

Yahoo! Screen4 Yahoo! Screen - 125,000,000 Unique Visitors*105* - Compete Rank, *110* - Quantcast Rank, N/A - Alexa Rank

Daily Motion5 DailyMotion - 100,000,000 Unique Visitors156 - Compete Rank, *NA* - Quantcast Rank, 94 - Alexa Rank

Hulu6 Hulu - 75,000,000 Unique Visitors136 - Compete Rank, 179 - Quantcast Rank, 306 - Alexa Rank

Vube7 Vube - 55,000,000 Unique Visitors117 - Compete Rank, *860* - Quantcast Rank, 65 - Alexa Rank

Twitch8 Twitch - 50,000,000 Unique Visitors710 - Compete Rank, 295 - Quantcast Rank, 266 - Alexa Rank

Live Leak9 LiveLeak - 45,000,000 Unique Visitors537 - Compete Rank, 235 - Quantcast Rank, 642 - Alexa Rank

Vine10 Vine - 42,000,000 Unique Visitors237 - Compete Rank, 335 - Quantcast Rank, 1,172 - Alexa Rank

Ustream11 UStream - 25,000,000 Unique Visitors1,109 - Compete Rank, *85* - Quantcast Rank, 854 - Alexa Rank

Break12 Break - 14,000,000 Unique Visitors1,104 - Compete Rank, 60 - Quantcast Rank, 1,489 - Alexa Rank

TV13 TV - 13,000,000 Unique Visitors124 - Compete Rank, 787 - Quantcast Rank, 1,749 - Alexa Rank

Meta Cafe14 MetaCafe - 12,500,000 Unique Visitors1,028 - Compete Rank, 461 - Quantcast Rank, 1,477 - Alexa Rank

Viewster15 Viewster - 12,000,000 Unique Visitors150 - Compete Rank, 300 - Quantcast Rank, 3,779 - Alexa Rank

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Friday, 01 July 2016 00:26

Website development free check tools

Website development free check tools.

From Google Webmasters Blog, Rankings in mobile search results changed Check here if your site is mobile-friendly.

Starting April 21, 2016, Google.com expanded it's use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in Google search results. Consequently, users will find it easier to get relevant, high quality search results that are optimized for their devices.

Google Webmaster Central Blog

Every site must to working properly and fast. More than half of bew surfers seems that them loyality to website related with it's load speed. In present days very important to get website from smartphone as soon as possible. Your users' experience in terms of navigating your site should be a great reason. Users have many options when it comes to consuming content on the internet, and a slow performing website will frustrate your users, sending them elsewhere. A faster and more responsive website will keep them more engaged and focused on your content, rather than waiting for scripts and images to load.

Another reason is for SEO. Google has announced they are using page speed in their ranking algorithm.

This means that faster performing sites may rank higher in search engine results. As developers and marketers look to optimize their sites, page speed should be among the top optimizations to consider.

GTMetrix is complex online tool for checking your website.

GTmetrix's Report Page neatly summarizes your page performance based off key indicators of page load speed.

  • Analyze your page with Google PageSpeed and Yahoo! YSlow rulesets
  • Get your page's Page Load Time, Total Page Size and Total # of Requests
  • See your page's performance relative to the average of all sites analyzed on GTmetrix.

Google Webmaster Central Blog

Run a free website speed test from around the globe using real browsers at consumer connection speeds with detailed optimization recommendations. Recommended by Google Webpagetest.org Make sure your charset is defined at the top of your head or in HTTP headers, otherwise IE may have to restart page parsing (resulting in canceled requests).

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