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Dataopedia:A Metasearch Engine for Web Site Data.

datapediaDataopedia hits all of the high points for Web metrics. Searching for a particular URL with rankings from Google Page Rank, Alexa, Compete, and Quantcast, four of the primary sources check on a regular basis. It also provides  information, one of those most basic resources that always contains nugget of interesting information.


Dataopedia launched in December 2008, dataopedia.com is a web service that provides the most comprehensive information about websites available on the Internet.

Gathering together data from more than 50 sources, dataopedia.com is an aggregation web service that lets its users find out all the valuable facts about any website, such as traffic, online buzz, contact information, popularity in social bookmarking services…in short, all the essential facts about every website you can come across on the internet.

dataopedia.com has been conceived as the one-stop-resource for finding website facts, and the service can be accessed via the website, the mobile site, embeddable widgets for your website, and browser add-ons. Whatever suits you best and feels more comfortable to use.

More information visit: http://dataopedia.com/

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  1. Lala
    September 16, 2009 at 10:58 am

    Hi! http://www.estimix.com is a great website traffic and value estimator, too. It provides trusted information, helpful for an objective human analysis. I trust that you’ll find this very useful.

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