Alexa is a subsidiary company of Amazon.com that is known for evaluating traffic data, global ranking and other important criteria of a website. If you haven’t read my earlier post about Alexa Ranking and 8 tips to increase Alexa ranking, you can read it here.
Alexa Ranking is considered second most important ranking after Google PageRank. So it is important that you gain a good Alexa rank for your site. It is equally important to know how to submit website to Alexa.
Submit Site to Alexa
First you need to have a Alexa account. If you still not having one, you can create one for free. After you create the account, verify your email and login to your Alexa account.
To submit your site, Click on the tab “Dashboard” first.
Click on “add a site” which will take you to the next screen. Choose free signup plan and enter your sitename on next page and click on continue.
Submit Website to Alexa: Claim Your One
To submit site to Alexa, you need to claim your site in this screen. You can verify it in 2 method:
1. Download the HTML file and upload it to the root folder of your site
2. Add your Alexa verification ID to the Homepage
Both method should work fine and you can choose either. After you upload the file, click on verify and you’re done!
On the next screen, you’re required to provide few information about your site like this.
Give your site a Title.
A description about your site what it relates to or how the site is specialized etc.
Logo & Link Title:
You need to choose a premium plan to do this.
Alexa Traffic Rank in country:
You need to select for which country you want to see the traffic rank of your site beside global traffic rank. This will be displayed besides Global traffic rank.
You need to provide your name, address, email, country etc. Not all the fields are mandatory here, so you can skip details if you want.
After you have entered all the details, click on next and you’re done.
So far you’ve known how to submit your site to Alexa, it’s time to claim your website and build a better Alexa Rank. Good luck!
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