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The 7 Best Sites to Track a Website’s Traffic

Have you ever wondered how popular a certain website really is?
Unfortunately, most sites don’t publish their stats for public viewing so accurate numbers are hard to come by. At best, you can look for a website’s “advertising page” which may include marketing materials, demographic information, and yes, monthly traffic data.
But when that’s not available, your only option is to rely on a website traffic estimator.
Since these are never 100 percent accurate, we only recommend using them to compare traffic of sites in relative terms—and even then, you should only compare readings from the same tool.
1. SimilarWeb
SimilarWeb is my estimator of choice when I want to see what kind of traffic a website gets.
The real value of SimilarWeb is its Top Website Rankings page where you can the top ranking sites according to category and country (limited to the top 50 for free users), but it also lets you search for a specific domain and see that particular site’s stats.
When you look up a ..

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How to Create an RSS Feed for Your Site From Scratch

While RSS feed and feed readers aren’t quite as popular as they used to be, RSS are still important for your site visitors who want to be notified whenever your page updates. In addition, RSS feeds can be used in a number of ways to promote your content using social media.
Let’s first have a look at how to create an RSS feed for your site from scratch.
RSS Feed Format: HEADER An RSS feed for your site is essentially an XML file. You must adhere to a specific format for the XML file for it to be identified as an RSS feed.
All you have to do to create your RSS feed is to specify your information for all the necessary tags. You can use any text editor. Notepad would work fine but have a look at Notepad++.
Let’s take a look at the tags you need to include in your XML file to create your RSS feed:
The first two lines specify the XML and RSS version as you can see. The third line opens a “channel” tag. This is what wou..

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