Each day, broadband.gov generates 7,930 pageviews from 1,586 visitors. The website receives an average of 49,166 visits and 245,830 pageviews per month. It is given a rating of D, due to its low performance.
Broadband.gov has a Google Pagerank of 7 out of 10 and an Alexa Rank of 574,042. Although being more and more depreciated as a website quality indicator, a higher PageRank still indicates in most cases the popularity of a website. Sites with high Alexa Rank have high amounts of visitors, indicating that they get good search engine rankings.
The domain name has a length of 9 characters. Search engines algorithm gives more credibility and authority to websites whose domain name has been registered for a long time and is still in use (but not parked).
It is given a rating of D, due to its low performance.
Broadband.gov earns $5 USD a day in advertising revenue. Income from CPC banner ads is $1,825 USD per year. Yearly income from CPM banner ads is $289 USD. If the website was up for sale, it could be sold for $1,071 USD. It is given a rating of E, due to its very low performance.
Broadband.gov resolves to the IP address 126.96.36.199, which is located in WASHINGTON, United States. The amount of bandwidth used by Broadband is 680.637 MB per day. Thus, we estimates that broadband.gov uses a total of 1 server(s), with a cost of $5 USD per month.