It’s good to know that Wine-blog has given me some worth.
Cellarer.com has all the info on Wine-blog… According to their research.
The most popular wine sites:
Here is a directory of websites and blogs about wine. The table only shows the top 100 sites out of a list of 500. This exhibits the wine writers that count on the Internet, with audience statistics. Other pages explain the ranking criteria: website valuation, Google PageRank, monthly traffic. Please comment on the results.
So, Wine-blog is number 55, and valued at $3,718. My page rank* is 4, and my monthly traffic is 6,710 unique visits.
My dad always thought I wouldn’t amount to much. So, Dad, you can now rest in peace. I’m worth $3,718. RIP, David E.
Page rank*, what is it? According to RedFusionMedia.com:
This is an old article, originally written by Jon Burgess in June, 2004. We now consider Google PageRank to be very weak, and we only use it to blink-compare like pages. It is one of hundreds of triggers Google now includes in its algorithm.
Google ranks pages based on how important they are to the world. This is done with a complex and very secret math equation. The basic ingredients include content richness, page authority, keyword density, back links, exit links, traffic, and search demand. No body outside of Google knows the exact formula, but here at RedFusion Media, we have followed and studied Google for years.
So, Wine-blog is a mediocre center page rank, as is everything else about it in here is, too; but, let’s not tell David E. anything except the $3,718 value. We don’t want to disrupt the good news for him.