Alexa rank is somehow important factor that attracts different types of brands and advertiser towards your blog. Getting a good Alexa rank comprises of many factors like frequency of posting article, social media exposure and the number of the daily impression.So Here is the Tutorial of How to Install Alexa Widget on Blog.
How to Improve Alexa rank fast?
Many bloggers struggle a lot to improve the rank of the blog but only 10% of them succeed in their path.
Alexa widget installed on your blog is one of the factors that decide your rank. Generally Alexa site predict rank of a blog based on last 3-month traffic data so if you add Alexa widget on your blog it accurately measures your blog traffic and your Alexa rank will be more accurate.
Suppose when you visit a Photography shop there you see prizes and certificate fitted around the walls which shows their popularity and creativity among the people. Just like that, it is the Certificate of your blog’s popularity which you have to show up to your readers.
Don’t ask me questions like why you are not using Alexa widget? We are sharing tricks here based on my personal experience and it may not help you always make a habit to test everything you don’t know which technique works for you. So let’s proceed to add this widget on the blog.
How To Keep Reader Busy On Your Blog?
This widget you can either install in sidebar or footer section of a blog. Let’s discuss one by one both of these.
Also Read: Top 7 Widget for your blog sidebar 2018
How to Install Alexa Widget On Sidebar?
Installing widget in the sidebar is somehow easy than installing it in footer part you have place whole code once without touching source template file.
How To Install Alexa Widget On Footer?
Installing it in footer part is somewhat tricky and very much dependent upon the customization of your template. If your template is systematically arranged and there is Add a Gadget option available in footer part under layout option then installing procedure will be same as above.
But if the template is heavily customized and no such option available then manual customization can be carried out and you have to edit your template.
You can paste this code just below any one of these tags and make sure that you get desired result after saving the template.
<div id='footer-wrapper'> OR <div id='footer1'>
We consider that newbie may find difficulty in adding a widget if you are one of them just relax and comment below we will solve your problem as soon as possible :))