Friday, September 24, 2010

Engadget.com, The Giant of Gadget and Technology News (Site Review)

Launched in March 2004, Engadget is now a multilingual blog which cover technology news and podcast about consumer electronics in different parts of the world in their respective languages.

Engadget currently has nine separate websites, all operating simultaneously with each having its own staff.

After its founding, Engadget has dozen of writer which updated the site multiple times a day and post articles chiefly on gadgets and consumer electronics. Engadget also posts rumors about the technological world, frequently offers opinion within its stories, and produces the weekly Engadget Podcast that covers tech and gadget news stories that happened during the week.


Engadget is most popular among People who want daily updates about technology and gadgets. The site has about 2 millions RSS subscriber and to make it more better, the blog is available in several languages including Spanish, Japanese, German, Polish, Korean, and Chinese (traditional and simplified).

Engadget has been nominated for numerous awards, including a 2004 Bloggie for Best Technology Weblog, and 2005 Bloggies for Best Computers or Technology Weblog and Best Group Weblog; Engadget won Best Tech Blog in the 2004 and 2005 Weblog Awards. Engadget also won a 2007 Weblog Award for tech sites.

Here is some needy information and review about the site:

General Information:


Website: engadget.com (Visit)
Online Since 23-Jan-2004
Slogan Technology gadget tips and reviews.
Unique Visitors 1,445,107




Worth and Revenue:

Estimated Monthly Ads Revenue: $298355 USD
Estimated Worth: $20.11 Million USD
SEO SCORE: %62.9



Ranking:

Alexa Traffic Rank 298
Traffic Rank in US 164
Technorati Rank 6
Technorati Technology Rank   2
Technorati Gadgets Rank 1
Site Linking in         35,643

Followers:

Twitter 157,657
Facebook 61,664
RSS Subscriber 1.973 Million

subdomain                     18

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