The Database Design Resource Center

Advertising on
Database Design Resource

Statistics for

This page displays a few statistics from the Database Design Resource website.

The intention with this page is to show you proof of the advertising power this website can supply you with.

Pageviews increase over the last 5 years:


Increase in keyword attention; Search Engine visibility,
including Jan./Feb. 2009. Note: Avg. no. of keywords/month:


Increase in unique visitors to this website:

Unique visitors

Increase in total user visits to this website:

Total visit

Analyzing visitors vs. visits:

I'd like to share some analysis of the last 2 graphs with you: As you can read from them, in 2008 this site had nearly 750.000 visits, but "only" close to 500.000 unique visitors. What does that mean?

In short, it means that more than 50% of all visitors to the site found it so useful, they revisited. And what does that mean?

It means that IT/DB professionals trust and value the information on this site. You can read user testimonials, if you like.

Which in turn means, they are more willing to trust my recommendations (ads) than on a site they only drop by once. It's like doing repeat business: Much easier than the initial sale.

Good for my traffic and reputation, and very good for your ads.

Independent ranking of this website by Alexa:

Many webmasters use Alexa to measure the importance of a website. Database Design Resource has consistently been ranked in the (high end of) Top 1% of all websites on the Internet. Ranking as of today is:

For more detailed stats, see Alexa's traffic details on this site.

For general info on Alexa, visit their homepage.

Independent ranking of this website by Google's Page Rank tool:

Page Rank Check

Feel free to compare my stats to other equivalent advertising channels.

Return to the Advertising page

Exclusive interviews with:
Steven Feuerstein, PLSQL expert
Donald Burleson, Top IT consultant

Free eBook

Subscribe to my newsletter and get my ebook on Entity Relationship Modeling Principles as a free gift:

What visitors say...

"I just stumbled accross your site looking for some normalization theory and I have to say it is fantastic.

I have been in the database field for 10+ years and I have never before come across such a useful site. Thank you for taking the time to put this site together."

Mike, USA

Read more Testimonials

Database Normalization eBook:

Database Normalization eBook

Copyright © / Alf A. Pedersen
All rights reserved.
All information contained on this website is for informational purposes only.
Disclaimer: does not warrant any company, product, service or any content contained herein.

Return to top

Copyright acknowledgement note:

The name Oracle is a trademark of Oracle Corporation.
The names MS Access/MS SQL Server are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Any other names used on this website may be trademarks of their respective owners, which I fully respect.