02 July 2007

Going against the grain

TechCrunch
With its Web 2.0 focus it is easily one of the most popular blogs out there. Linked to by over 15,400 other blogs according to Technorati makes it the 5th most popular blog on the Web. Technorati also has 151,000 feed subscribers according to Feedburner.
www.techcrunch.com

FeedBurner
FeedBurner provides RSS feed management for bloggers and other online news sources and is currently offering more than 566,000 feeds from more than 334,000 publishers. FeedBurner delivers 310 million feed views every day.
www.feedburner.com

IStockPhoto
An online, royalty-free stock photo provider. iStockPhoto is arguably the most visited stock photo provider in the world.
www.istockphoto.com

YouSendIt
A service allowing its users to move and share large files with others over the Web instead of sending them over email. The service has more than 3 million registered users and transfers more than 1 million files daily, accounting for over 30 terabytes (30,000 gigabytes) of data.
www.yousendit.com

Meebo
Meebo is an in-browser messaging application supporting a variety of messaging applications such as Yahoo! Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, ICQ, AIM and Jabber. Meebo users exchange more than 70 million messages every day.
www.meebo.com

Vimeo
Though it doesn’t have the gargantuan user base of YouTube, Vimeo is one of the most popular video sharing sites out there and has won over many users with its elegant interface.
www.vimeo.com

Alexaholic
The tagline says it all: “Website traffic comparisons on steroids.” Alexaholic uses data from Alexa to display web traffic trends.
www.alexaholic.com

1 comment:

  1. Hi! I have seen many such websites that provide competitive analysis for free. My personal favourite is www.estimix.com . It seems to generate very accurate traffic information, too.

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