What have we been up to at WorldVitalRecords.com?

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We’re happy that people are coming to WorldVitalRecords.com and appreciate the feedback we have received. Although we are a small genealogy player at the moment, we are steadily adding content.

Since July 5, we have added 77 million 358, 000 records to WorldVitalRecords.com. Here is the breakdown:

Today, we are launching 260, 000 Alabama Land records.

Yesterday we launched 98,000 pre-1908 Ohio land records. These records document the transfer of land ownership from the federal government to individuals.

The day of our launch we added 77 million records, including the SSDI. All of these records are geocoded, allowing users to visually see the city and neighboring counties on a map where their ancestors lived.

According to Alexa rankings, our reach per million users today was 20 million, and our three month change in our reach is 740 percent. And just in case you wanted to know, our average reach this week has been 27 million viewers.

How are these rankings calculated? Alexa calculates reach by expressing it as a percentage of all Internet users who visit a particular site. Alexa computes the average weekly reach and compares it with the average reach during previous weeks for each Internet site.

Reach measures the number of users. Reach is typically expressed as the percentage of all Internet users who visit a given site. So, for example, if a site like yahoo.com has a reach of 28%, this means that if you took random samples of one million Internet users, you would on average find that 280,000 of them visit yahoo.com. Alexa expresses reach as number of users per million. Alexa’s one-week and three-month average reach are measures of daily reach, averaged over the specified time period. The reach rank is a ranking of all sites based solely on their reach. The three-month changes are determined by comparing a site’s current reach and reach rank with its values from three months ago. – Alexa

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