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I'm looking for others using the Alexa tool bar to exchange visits with in an attempt to better my rating.

If you are interested in doing this, please leave a link to your blog.
thanks

If you don't know what I'm talking about, visit Alexa.com

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Yikes! I just looked at my stats for Alexa and they are awful. I had no idea what the numbers meant. I'm willing to do this.

http://brainfoggles.com

If we can add more than one blog, let me know please.
According to Alexa, the lower the number on the toolbar the better. Alexa measures this by counting how many other people with the toolbar visit your site. So, if, you get a lot of hits from other people with the Alexa toolbar installed, your number is better.

The stats are used by companies looking to place advertisements on blogsites, which is why the lower the better.
It is very useful if you are looking for PR.
Oh, and thanks Connie :)
I'm going to check it out because I have no idea what the Alexa toolbar is!
Thanks for straightening that out for me Harriet. I feel a lot better now :) And you're welcome!
Hi Harriet, I have the Alexa toolbar and I already visit your blog everyday from Entrecard. I have your blog in my favorites and always drop on favorites first. So if you visit mine also, we each get drops and alexa help. Connie, I just visited your blog and liked it. I'll try to remember to visit it regularly.

Jennifer
http://connectwithyourteens.blogspot.com/
visiting the link. This is new to me :)
What are the pros and cons for using the Alexa toolbar vs google or other toolbars?

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