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The blog ranks very well on search engines for several software and tip related keywords which attracts a large user base that consists of casual internet users and professionals alike who are seeking those information.
The audience also includes a substantial number of bloggers, webmasters and business owners.
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Ghacks Technology News has rapidly established itself within its niche while steadily developing a strong audience and subscriber base.
This is largely due to its unique and extensive content which has received links from authority websites such as Lifehacker, the Wall Street Journal, Mashable, Zdnet, Metafilter and Download Squad.
Here is a screenshot of October's traffic statistics measured by Google Analytics.
> More than 2 unique million visitors per month
> 20000+ Rss Feed subscribers
> Alexa Rank of sub 10000
> Compete Rank of 8200
> about 80% of visitors come from Search Engines seeking advice and information
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Ghacks is a technology news blog that was founded in 2005 by Martin Brinkmann. It has since then become one of the most popular tech news sites on the Internet with five authors and regular contributions from freelance writers.