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An Interesting Way to Tell if a Website Is Legit or Scam

Based on free traffic analysis tools

Photo by Stephen Dawson on Unsplash

Alexa was a great website traffic analysis tool that I used to use a lot, it is a pity that the service has been retired in May 2022. I’ve been using it for years for different purposes including content research and competitive analysis as well as to get a big picture about how valuable a website is.

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