|How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||ampeeler||3/15/10 4:53 PM|
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I'd like to claim and list my Google website on alexa.com. The two choices it give me for verifying my ownership of the site is to upload a text file to the root directory or to add the text to the meta tag of the home page. From what I can tell I'm not able to do either of these. Is there an article I missed that covers this? Or does someone else know how this would be done?
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||Steegle||3/15/10 5:32 PM|
Yes: you can upload a txt file to the Top-Level. Use the More Actions button, then Manage Site then go to Attachments. You can use the Upload button and choose Top Level to upload.
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||zanilhyder||6/18/10 9:55 PM|
I have tried what steegle has mentioned above, but it doesn't work.
Alexa error is
While in manage this site the recent activity report is
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||k8oms||6/19/10 4:02 AM|
http://www.lwrmanagement.com/PbpG0Fu19TtzF2LoYGnU1mlXbc.txt File not found
http://www.lwrmanagement.com/-PbpG0Fu19TtzF2LoYGnU1mlXbc.txt File not found
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||zanilhyder||6/24/10 9:54 AM|
I find that you have checked the file at the wrong location
my website is www.zanilhyder.info
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||Dr. Apurva Tamhane||9/23/10 5:38 PM|
I created a new site at Google Sites and am trying to get it claimed at Alexa. Now, since we are not able to add the meta tag, I went for the option of adding the Text file provided by them. The file got uploaded correct, at the correct place and is accessed as http://www.youroq.com/OraqhKnRN9iLOugpRmnWmxu37IE.txt?attredirects=0 instead of the actually required www.youroq.com/OraqhKnRN9iLOugpRmnWmxu37IE.txt; because of which I am not able to verify in Alexa.
I have followed the steps given by Steegle above, but the above error occurs.
Please guide me for the same.
Dr. Apurva Tamhane
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||Steegle||9/26/10 6:11 PM|
@Dr. Apurva Tamhane
I don't think Alexa likes the forced download of the file, so I don't think it's possible any more.
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||Dr. Apurva Tamhane||9/26/10 9:19 PM|
Is there then any other way that we can get ranking for our google site similar to alexa?
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||MadMan_Angry||10/24/10 10:11 AM|
What the fuck is This???
Every question about Alexa deleted from this forum?
I search all over this forum about alexa and got nothing! not a single word?
I have similar problem. Can't verify the text file in root directory for alexa ranking.
Can any Guru give me a straight answer?
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||Steegle||10/26/10 10:17 AM|
LOL - this thread hasn't been deleted!
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||asp1911||11/10/10 10:30 PM|
The alexa verification can be done by way of metatag verification.
Go to: More Actions - General - and paste the alexa verification metatag into "Google webmaster tools verification" field. You can put only one tag at a time, so if u have put google webmasters verification tag, u will have to delete it.
Important: alexa metatag appears something like <meta name="alexaVerifyID" content="yN03bVnHb1xEc_mGt-5B3zCDKuU" />, please take care that the the word "alexaVerifyID" should be manually changed to lower case fully, i.e. "alexaverifyid". Keep the content as it is, do not make any changes to it.
Your site gets verified with Alexa, this way.
To verify the site with google webmasters, use the method of adding a TXT record in your domain name's DNS records.
So, this way, your site is verified both with google webmasters, as well as with Alexa.
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||aversfeld||11/24/10 5:56 AM|
Thanks, asp1911, that works well. Note that if you don't change the word to lower case, a mystery bug very mysteriously mangles the word to "alexaerifyID". How mysterious!
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||mydentallist||2/27/11 3:17 PM|
Thanks, asp1911 it worked - www.innovaglobal.com
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||gonzie||6/5/12 8:47 AM|
The HTML upload doesn't work instead.
Just put the verification string in your site description
and the result will be
dont forget to vist my site
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||landsurveyors||6/5/12 1:44 PM|
you can also claim your google site with Alexa by placing your claim id inside the Description box inside Manage Site> General
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||Runsoutofnickname||6/24/12 11:15 AM|
Thank you! I'm able to verify my site now on Alexa. :D
|Re: How to claim my site on Alexa.com?||Wwsurfers||2/4/13 1:55 PM|
For blogger blogs , The steps are easy. Visit Alexa and submit your site but before verification you'd requested to verify your owndership of site. Copy the given ID and go over to your blogger dashboard > More Options > Template > Edit HTML > Make sure to tick the "Expand Widget Template" box > Find <head> > Paste your Alexa ID to under the <head> tag and save. After saving go back to the alexa page and CLick Verify. Information Was updated 1/4/2013.
For detailed info visit; http://www.worldwebsurfers.com/2013/02/add-your-site-to-alexa-and-boost-your-alexa-ranking-rapidly.html