This website has an up traffic trend and its number of visitors is growing. It has climbed 874 positions up from the last three months, which is about 6.27% increase.
We have 3 advices for curp.gob.mx that could be taken into account.
PageRank is link analysis algorithm developed by one of Google founders Larry Page. In Google Toolbar the PageRank (in short PR) is displayed as a whole number from 0 to 10. Popular websites has higher PR.
WEBTARANTULA ADVICE: The time when PR was a significant factor for better positioning in Google Results are in the past. It's still a factor, but there are a lot more factors that should be considered.
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|Last 3 months||13,945||874||6.27%|
Every day we check and store site world rank in our database. Highest rank is 1. Next rank is 2 and so on. If website traffic is increasing, the rank will go lower. If website traffic is decreasing, the rank will go higher. In this section we compare traffic rank on an 1 week, 3 months and 6 months basis.
WEBTARANTULA ADVICE: If your website (in this case curp.gob.mx) rank is going down you should check it for some problems.
Every day we check and store site world rank in our database. Highest rank is 1. Next rank is 2 and so on. If website traffic is increasing, the rank will go lower. If website traffic is decreasing, the rank will go higher. This chart shows how curp.gob.mx site rank is changed. Note that we update only ranks in first one million sites and if rank is over 1M, it is not shown on the chart.
|Country||Percent of visitors|
This map show from which countries came the significant part of curp.gob.mx visitors. You can see distribution in percents, where the dark grey colour marks more visitors and light grey marks less visitors. We show only first few countries, so the total of percents is lower than 100%.
This is page title as it is in HTML <title> tag.
WEBTARANTULA ADVICE: It's preferable for the page title to be short and descriptive for the visitor.
WEBTARANTULA ADVICE: You have no H1 tags on your page. You should consider adding h1 tag on our page.
Your text to code ratio is too low (9%). You should think of adding more text to your site. Right now the code is too much!
WEBTARANTULA ADVICE: Low ratio will usually have negative SEO impact. Low ratio can be fixed with adding some text or by moving formatting and programming to external CSS and JS files.
|Internal Links||External Links||External Nofollow|
In this section we have made analysis of the most popular words on the home page of $domain. Keywords on the table on the are sorted by their density (frequency) on the page. You can also see top sites that share these keywords in their home pages and also the world rank of these websites. You can check how many websites has some of these keywords as their own keyword too. It's a good and convinient way for researching $domain competition. For more detailed search, and for checking more than one keywords you can use our search on the top of the page.
This score is estimated and based on several criterias described in all of our sections.
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Physical size of the page, when downloaded in kilobytes.
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