How to Improve Your Alexa Rank?

       Alexa rank is important if you want to get noticed by the direct advertisers and  ad networks out there. Because they choose or approve a blog with the highest score. If running site is a contest, it seems that Alexa has the right to judge and to give a score according to the performance of our sites.  Through this tool, you can measure the popularity of your blog. To be considered a popular, you need a massive traffic everyday. When it will be happening, the Alexa rank of your blog will get improved.

       Of course, the number one site in the world is Google and next is Facebook. How about you? Do you already know, what is your Alexa rank? If you don’t know, it is better to sign up with it. So, you can monitor the global rank of your blog and within your country. If your blog is just new it is natural that it has a low rank. At least, it has an average of 10 million above. To improve it, promote your blog drastically. Use the power of social media. Aside from your Facebook account, join also in FB groups and share your links. But make sure that you’re not acting as a spammer or else they will kick out you in the group.

       Do also commenting to other blogs with the same niche as your blog. When you do this, you will get more backlinks. As a favor for you, some bloggers will also visit your blog and they will leave a comment also to your post. Aside from that. Google robot will crawl easily your  post. It is good if you will only give a comment to authoritative sites. But you could also help some newbie bloggers to boost their traffic. It is a matter of give and take. Just a reminder, do it naturally and not doing farm linking. Because it could not help you; it is bad in the Google’s eye. There is a possibility that they will punish your blog.

        The most important is update regularly your blog. If you’re not active from blogging, I assure you that your Alexa rank will get low. So, you must always  be aware about your rank if you always want to be on top. Just write as much as you can. In the long run, you’re the one who can get benefits from your hard work. You will reap what you saw.