Successful Web design, Web publishing and Web marketing is no longer an expertise among the few. Powered with data, research and experience the knowledge of how to successfully launch and run a Web site is accessible by many, yet the exact right way to do it is unknown. Many bits and pieces have to come together to make that happen and fortunately more of these bits and pieces are recognizable today than ten or fifteen years ago.
What does the perfect Web site look like? The answers are probably as many as there are Web sites. Each webmaster and site owner thinks his/hers Web site is the ideal Web site. However, there are similarities and design patterns among Web sites that are similar and are useful indicators for anyone having to design and run a Web site.
We study a good number of Web sites in the hope that some of the data might be useful. This study has shown us that there are eight words in the title. Four of these words are also in the content as well and two of these words in the text of links on the Web page. 26 percent of all Web pages use Meta description and 22 percent Meta keywords. The average size of Web page is 38kb excluding images and 180kb including images. The smallest Web page we visited is 1.16kb while the largest is 3.5mb. There are on average 79 unique links on each Web page of which 53 are internal links and 26 are external links.
Content and Link Analysis
Posted by: Webmaster on : November 2008