Here is an overview of what we consider to be the key website statistics and information:
|Website meta title||LOOK AT YOU||Search engines recommend title length of around 50-60 characters. The length of this title is 11.|
|Meta description||Ihr persönlicher Style-Guide||To make sure all the meta description is visible in search results page, Google recommends length of up to 320 characters at the most. This description has exactly 28 characters.|
|Load time||0.6455 seconds on average||Website load speed is pretty fast.|
|Alexa global||758 111, as last updated||According to Alexa, the website's popularity is not exactly high. Take this rank with a healthy pinch of salt.|
|Total links on homepage||We found 20 links||This is a normal amount of links.|
|Page HTML size||24.5KB||Load speed (and overall responsiveness) is such an important factor for both search engines and user experience, would you not agree? With that in mind, this is a very good result.|
|Website server||Server appears to be online. The IP address for the server is 126.96.36.199.||It's unfortunate, but despite our best attempts, we failed to gather enough data to provide a meaningful insight at this time.|
What, all that information was not enough? You want... more? Right, then. You asked for it.
With over 4 million websites indexed (which can seem as a lot, or very little, depending on your point of view), Alexa is perhaps the oldest and certainly the best known ranking system, deservedly or not. The Alexa Global and Local ranks of a website are based on an approximate amount of visitors a given website receives. The more visitors, the higher the rank. The Alexa rank, be it Local or Global, should be taken with a pinch of salt. After all, visitor count is by far not the simple measure of a website's success it's made out to be. For example, a gardening website is never going to be as popular as a movie review website. It does not mean it's not popular within it's niche.
Similarly to how a hard drive or a modern SSD device holds your files, a server holds all the files the website needs to operate. To load a webpage, your browser needs to contact the said server and request files - strings of code that make up the website into what it is, including images, text and database entries. Each physical server has a unique IP address that is used by the browser to contact it.
Let's see what technical information we've managed to gather:
|Header in detail|
HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2017 02:09:14 GMT Server: Apache X-Frame-Options: sameorigin Link: <http://www.lookatyou.at/wp-json/>; rel="https://api.w.org/" Link: <http://www.lookatyou.at/?p=34>; rel=shortlink Vary: Accept-Encoding Cache-Control: max-age=172800 Expires: Sun, 19 Nov 2017 02:09:14 GMT Transfer-Encoding: chunked Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8
A good domain address is usually one that is easy to spell, resulting in the smallest amount of mistypes possible. Still, such a thing inevitably happens. Here is a list with the most frequent 1815 mistypes, associated with lookatyou.at:
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