If a site has Certified Metrics instead of estimated, that means its owner has installed code allowing us to directly measure their traffic.These metrics have a greater level of accuracy, no matter what the ranking.Note that the percentages can add up to more than 100% because a visitor can visit multiple subdomains during the month. The reported load time for a website is the median time it takes to load pages from that site in a real users' web browsers.Alexa takes the median of all the page load times we observe for a site and then compares that to the same figure for all other sites.
The website owner has installed an Alexa Certify Code on the pages of their site and chosen to show the metrics publicly.
Learn more about Alexa's Data Unique Visitors and Pageviews The number of people who visit this site and the number of pages they view.
Site owners who install the Alexa Certify Code on their website can choose to display their Certified Metrics, such as Monthly Unique Visitors and Pageviews, if they wish.
Not all websites implement our on-site analytics and publish the results.
For these sites, we show estimated metrics based on traffic patterns across the web as a whole.