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Sunday, September 14, 2008

Research for Domain Names:, Everything about a Website

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A number of Web services (like, URL Trends, Number of Pages Indexed,...) claim to provide you with tons of information about your favorite Web sites, including the names of the people behind it and traffic information. But none of them are nearly as complete as Quarkbase. The free information it provides is so complete, it's enough to make a blog owner a little nervous.

If you're interested in your own blog or personal Website, you can use the QuarkBase to make sure your domain registration information is accurate, find out how often links from your site have been published on services such as and Digg, and even see some traffic information from Alexa.

For Example, here is the summarized information of
In addition to basic information about the type of site, some summary information about the owner/publisher, its traffic rank, the language of the site, and the countries that host the site's readers, Quarkbase provides a wealth of information on the topic of the site and popular links and posts. The service provides the site's creation date and when the domain expires, contact information for the owner (pulled from the domain registration), and technical information around the site framework and type of Web server running behind the scenes.

What's more interesting than all that basic information is the social information, popularity, and traffic data that Quarkbase pulls together. Scroll down a data-collection report for a domain or click on the "popular" tab at the top of the page, and Quarkbase will display how many bookmarks referencing the site have been published at, how many pages have been posted at Digg and Reddit, how many page references the site has received from Yahoo! Answers, the number of blog reactions from Technorati, links from Wikipedia, and more. The service will even tell you how many articles on the site have made it to the front page of Digg.

QuarkBase also pulls traffic information from Alexa and provides graphs showing traffic trends over several months. Additionally, the service shows you in which countries the site is most popular, the average number of page views the site receives, even the site's international reach. The service also provides highlights of where the site is mentioned on other blogs, in Twitter, or in even on news sites around the Web.

The beauty of a service like Quarkbase is that it's so inclusive and full of useful information that if you're searching for your own site because you're interested in how popular you are around the Web, you'll probably be surprised by your own reach. At the same time, when compared against sites like Wikipedia and Google, it's likely that you'll get more than a little depressed if you don't have a wide reader-base--and you might even be a little worried that so much information about you and your blog are so easily available. Expect to spend hours clicking on links from Quarkbase that will take you to references to your favorite sites from around the Web.
(By: Appscount)


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