Explanations about related game data and data graphs

Take Dragon’s Call (http://rank.bbgsite.com/index.php/trends/index/1622) as an example!

 

Below are explanations about some of the above data!

 

 “Gamelist Rank” refers to the rank of the game in BBGsite Gamelist (check related FAQs in BBGsite Gamelist for more info).

 “Alexa Rank” refers to the rank of the game’s official site on Alexa (www.alexa.com).

 “Page Rank” (“PR” for short) refers to the rank of the game’s official site on the search engine Google. You can find its detailed definition here: http://www.google.com/intl/en/corporate/tech.html

 “Compete Rank” refers to the rank of the game’s official site on Compete (http://www.compete.com).

 

 “General Rank” is achieved according to a particular format based on the above data, and can give you a general idea about the game quality. 

 

Google Search: The number of search results achieved on Google by taking the game’s official site as search keyword.

Yahoo Search: The number of search results achieved on Yahoo by taking the game’s official site as search keyword.

Bing Search: The number of search results achieved on Bing by taking the game’s official site as search keyword.

Owner_name: The name of the game’s official company

Email: The email address used to contact the game’s official

Country: The location of the game server

Host IP: The game server’s IP

Create data: The time when the game’s domain name was created

 

Below are some trend graphs of Dragon’s Call!

 

 

 This trend graph shows the game’s rank fluctuation in BBGsite Gamelist (http://gamelist.bbgsite.com) in the previous month.

 

 This trend graph shows the rank fluctuation of the game’s official site on Alexa (http://www.alexa.com) in the previous month.

 

 This trend graph shows the rank fluctuation of the game’s official site on Compete (http://www.compete.com) in the past several months.

 

 This trend graph shows the fluctuation of the game’s search frequency on Google (http://www.google.com) in the past several months.


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