Category: Site Specific Inquiries


# 86 Why are the number of links pointing to my website different on Ranking than on Google?

The number of links displayed for each website will not be exact because some search engines regularly deny Ranking.com's request to access this information. Since each website's link popularity is based on some search engines standard indexing, the relative and proportionate number is correct in determining a generic statistical ranking.

# 72 How can I determine actual page views based on my ranking with Ranking.com?

Unfortunately, it is impossible to give Ranking.com users an exact number of page views, unique visits, links or visits. Ranking.com recommends installing a "hit counter" on your website and web pages such as the one AddFreeStats provides.

# 87 Can I search for a website by country?

Ranking.com users can search for websites by Country. To do this simply follow the steps below. 1) Visit Ranking.com 2) Click "View the Rankings" at the top left hand side of the page. 2) Enter the security code and click "go" 4) Click on the "Country" tab at the top of the next page. 5) Choose the country in the scrolling menu box and search for a particular site or view the complete list starting at a specific number.

# 76 Why is the URL I stated my email address is posted on not accepted when submitted?

Be sure that the email address is not posted in an encrypted format. The Ranking.com crawler cannot read the code when it is posted in this manner. Ranking.com recommends creating a seperate, non-public page with only the 'click-able' email address available. This page needs to reside on the actual domain of the website being modified for the SiteDetails form to accept your change/modification submission.

# 43 My site is hosted free. Will Ranking.com rank my subdomain or full path?

Unfortunately, Ranking.com only ranks domains, not individual pages within domains. The only way to be ranked is to have your own domain.

# 38 How can I use the Ranking.com data on my site?

There are several ways to use the Ranking.com data on your website. While thousands of our visitors use the Ranking.com data to research and measure their overall online success, the most popular way to use the information is the Ranking.com Seal which can be placed in website pages to display a sites' overall and category popularity. Websites are allowed to publish customized sections of the data for free (with proper attribution).

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