can I check my competitor traffic sources?

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Like what are his prime traffic generation sources??
#check #competitor #sources #traffic
  • Profile picture of the author Mar
    I don't suppose it's possible to check them all - but siteexplorer in Yahoo will give you backlink information .... it's always a good idea to keep an eye on what your competitor's up to; just don't concentrate on that at the expense of being original and enterprising yourself!

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    • Profile picture of the author Matt Morgan
      If they are using statcounter for all their pages, and have enabled their stats to be viewable by the public you can see where their traffic sources are comming from.

      But not everybody uses statcounter, let alone puts their stats up live for the public, but infact keeps them hidden.
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      • Profile picture of the author asumerall
        This is a bit different. I don't think you can see traffic sources, but check out Spyfu.com to get information on your competitor's sites. It gives a lot of keyword 'intel' you might find useful. I think you have to pay for their services to get the really juicy information though.
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      • Profile picture of the author nailrogers
        Originally Posted by Matt Morgan View Post

        If they are using statcounter for all their pages, and have enabled their stats to be viewable by the public you can see where their traffic sources are comming from.

        But not everybody uses statcounter, let alone puts their stats up live for the public, but infact keeps them hidden.
        Thanks for the information.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tyrus Antas
    compete.com allows you to do that. It's paid though(and expensive).
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