How Much Traffic Do Top Websites Get Per Day?


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Have you ever wondered how many traffickers the top online corporate entities receive on a daily basis? With the advent of the Internet age, small company owners (especially small tech-web based companies) have assigned particular importance to measuring their daily traffic rates, and rightly so.


The Internet has become a business’s most easily accessible tool for advertising, marketing, data analysis, creative freedom – you name it. Additionally, the amount of Internet users across the globe continues to increase at an exponential rate, deeming your website’s daily hits rate even more important. According to, the amount of Internet users has sky-rocketed from 2 billion users in 2010 to almost 3 billion in 2014. That’s a whopping billion more users in just four years! That coupled with the eminently increasing dominance of Internet advertising, it has become imperative for companies to find the most efficient ways to not only track their website’s daily hits, but more importantly, to find a way to increase them.

You won’t be able to compete with the likes of corporate monsters like Google (6.5 million hits per day) or Facebook (4.4 million hits per day), but the facts don’t lie: the most successful web-based companies receive the most daily trafficking. The more visits to your site, the higher the demand for paid advertisements from outside companies. Also, the better your stats sheet looks, the more likely that corporate investor you’ve been brown-nosing for the past year will supply you with additional funding. However you want to look at it though, monitoring your company’s daily traffic and finding ways to increase it will only lead to better things for the future of your business.

Wes Maxwell is a currently enrolled senior at Texas State University – San Marcos studying English and history. A driven and impassioned individual, Wes strives to find a fine balance between the u…



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