DragonBlogger.com is at the verge of breaking below 50k on the International Alexa rating and has a US Alexa Rating of just under 16.5k which has me thrilled to think that I might have been able to break below 50k with in my first year and a half blogging. With 20 people kind enough to provide reviews of my blog on Alexa, I continue to try and create original and useful content for my readers in a variety of topics and areas of interest.
I still think the Alexa rating is a bit misleading as not all people use the Alexa toolbar on their browser so it is a decent measure of your sites traffic but not a complete picture. I also know based on geographical analytics of my blog traffic that I need to write more content and somehow reach more international audience from Australia and Asia where my Alexa rankings are the weakest and which have a huge impact on your overall Alexa rating.
I can’t figure out how Alexa tracks backlinks though because according to Google WebMaster Tools I have thousands of sites linking into my blog, and just over four hundred show up on Alexa.com SiteInfo for my blog. If anyone knows how Alexa tracks backlinks and any tips for improving Alexa rating besides just telling users to install the Alexa toolbar, my ears and eyes are open.