We identify these patterns by looking at the activity of millions of web users throughout the world, and using data normalization to correct for any biases.The more traffic a site gets, the more data we have to calculate estimated metrics."I answered an ad in the paper in 1987 and started my journey into the dating business.On October 6th, 1991 I opened Perfectly Matched and today I have over 700 clients who are married, probably that many couples in long term relationships that do not choose to marry and people who are dating, having fun and making friends while we work on finding their special someone. I appreciate and respect the opportunity to help my clients with such an important part of their lives!The table shows the top subdomains for this site ordered by the percentage of visitors that visited the subdomain over a month.Note that the percentages can add up to more than 100% because a visitor can visit multiple subdomains during the month. Read Donna's article in The Tribune: The art of matchmaking Hello, my name is Donna and my company, Perfectly Matched, is now in it's 16th year of business with over 600 clients married.If a country is not listed, it is because Alexa does not have enough data for this site to rank/measure the site's popularity among that country's online population. The metrics are updated daily based on the trailing 3 months.Bounce Rate (%) Percentage of visits to the site that consist of a single pageview.
For these sites, we show estimated metrics based on traffic patterns across the web as a whole.
Top Keywords from Search Engines The table shows the top keywords that sent traffic to this site from major search engines over the past 6 months. Upstream Sites Upstream sites are sites that people visited just before they visited this site.
Note that this list is not the same as referrals from upstream sites.
Daily Pageviews per Visitor Estimated daily unique pageviews per visitor on the site.
Daily Time on Site Estimated daily time on site (mm:ss) per visitor to the site.
There is not necessarily a link between the upstream site and this site.