Gainers
Gainers are sites with biggest growth for this week, comparing with previous week.
For example if a site have world rank of 900,000 and for single week it catapulted to 100,000, this is 800,000 positions growth, and this means this something is happening with this website.
Such a big increase could be triggered by news event, such the Olympic games, or can be simply because site is new and domain was parked before that.
For better presentation we presents both gainers in real rank and in percent.
For example if a website have world rank of 9,000 and for single week it changes to 500, the positions growth is not that much - 8,500 , but in percent terms this is much more than previous example.

These are sites with the biggest growth measured in their world rank position

26 Sep 2016 / 25 Sep 2016 / 24 Sep 2016 / 23 Sep 2016 / 22 Sep 2016 / More
Gainers %

These are sites with the biggest growth measured in percents change

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Losers
Similar to gainers, we do same for losers - sites with big decrease in traffic.
Sometimes this is because server problems, other times it could be because site was used for illegal transactions.
Other possibility is when site changes its URL - this mass-happen before with all Yougoslavian domain names -the TLD's was changed from .YU to something else for example .RS, .ME or .COM
Once again we calculate this with real rank positions and with percents.

There are sites with the biggest decrease measured in their world rank position

26 Sep 2016 / 25 Sep 2016 / 24 Sep 2016 / 23 Sep 2016 / 22 Sep 2016 / More
Losers %

There are sites with the biggest decrease measured in percents change

26 Sep 2016 / 25 Sep 2016 / 24 Sep 2016 / 23 Sep 2016 / 22 Sep 2016 / More
In/Out Top 100
Every day many websites changes their ranks. The biggest changes are captured with our Gainers and Losers.
The highest world traffic rank is 1 (google.com). Second rank is obvious 2 (facebook.com) and so on.
In this way we can form the following, so called "charts":
  • Top 100
  • Top 500
  • Top 1,000
  • Top 5,000
  • Top 10,000
In/Out Top 100 shows the sites that entered (landed) or exited (catapulted) in top 100. Same for others.
For example a website have rank of 1,001. Next week it has rank of 998. The change is not much - 3 possitions, however now this site landed in Top 1,000 sites.
We do not compile charts over 10,000 because they loose its importance and there are too many websites that entered / exited from there.

These are sites that landed or catapulted in/from Alexa Top 100 this week

26 Sep 2016 / 25 Sep 2016 / 24 Sep 2016 / 23 Sep 2016 / 22 Sep 2016 / More
In/Out Top 500

These are sites that landed or catapulted in/from Alexa Top 500 this week

26 Sep 2016 / 25 Sep 2016 / 24 Sep 2016 / 23 Sep 2016 / 22 Sep 2016 / More
In/Out Top 1000

These are sites that landed or catapulted in/from Top 1,000 sites this week

26 Sep 2016 / 25 Sep 2016 / 24 Sep 2016 / 23 Sep 2016 / 22 Sep 2016 / More
In/Out Top 5000

These are sites that landed or catapulted in/from Top 5,000 sites this week

26 Sep 2016 / 25 Sep 2016 / 24 Sep 2016 / 23 Sep 2016 / 22 Sep 2016 / More
In/Out Top 10000

These are sites that landed or catapulted in/from Top 10,000 sites this week

26 Sep 2016 / 25 Sep 2016 / 24 Sep 2016 / 23 Sep 2016 / 22 Sep 2016 / More