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How to add your site & blog to the Alexa Search Index

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How to add you site & blog to Alexa

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How do I add my site to Alexa

There are a few reasons that Alexa may not have visited your site. Perhaps your site is new or they haven't discovered any links on the web that lead to your site. Or perhaps they haven't had any Alexa users visit your site. To get the most benefit from Alexa, the first step is to claim your site.

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How do I add my site to Alexa

The Alexa crawler looks for a file called "robots.txt". Robots.txt is a file website administrators can place at the top level of a site to direct the behavior of web crawling robots.

For more information regarding robots, crawling, and robots.txt visit the Web Robots Pages at, an excellent source for the latest information on the Standard for Robots Exclusion.

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Simply type your site's web address into the Alexa box, and then click the button. Alexa will include your site in the next crawl of the web, usually within 8 weeks of submission.

Alexa computes traffic rankings by analyzing the Web usage of millions of Alexa Toolbar users and data obtained from other, diverse traffic data sources. The information is sorted, sifted, anonymized, counted, and computed, until, finally, Alexa get the traffic rankings shown in the Alexa service.

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