Website Traffic

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What are the methods to know the total traffic/ day of a site, which is not mine.
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If the site uses are counter site to monitor its visits and the access to this counter activity is public you can just check it.
If the owners of the site do not want to show such information it could be almost impossible to know especially with legal services or behaviour.
2xtraAuthor Commented:
Is this all ?

As said by WelkinMaze, I'm also with the same point. It is not possible to know the traffic of a site that's not owned by someone else. However provies something that may help you. It provides site ranking. You can get rank according to traffic of any site that is listed on Alexa. Just see following link:~

Just change the URLs at "main?" and "&". As another example see below...

Hope this helps

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