This feature of the browser Doublelist extension has become a popular tool in determining which websites are still available, and by how much, as a result of changes made to their metadata. The list is returned in order by most active users and is based on all the number of visits to each website on any given day, including those that were accessed via web extensions for specific purposes.
This has become Doublelist common practice among advertisers, and with search engines like Google. The extension takes into account many factors, such as page speed, load, loading time and load times. In our tests, some sites performed slightly worse than others.
For example, one site from China took nearly 10 seconds to load after being opened for an hour or more on average, but an average visitor on another site in the US takes just a few milliseconds longer. It also shows that on any given webpage, there is not only one possible URL, but also several possibilities in the form of alternate URLs.
However, a user can change these alternate
URLs during subsequent visit by changing them to the new URL. The system supports different types of redirects for both HTTP (for web and app). Among other things, it allows you to set up two- or three-way redirects for specific pages (for example, we allow visitors to see all pages except for a specific site only in our case).
It also gives you the possibility to add your own redirects for specific Doublelist destinations – for example – “page.com/redirects” – after adding all routes possible on various sites. However, if you want to do this yourself, you need to provide personal information about your account (for instance, you must provide email address and password) which is required for regular access to this function.
On the Internet there is no limit on the number of redirection paths, so you can have as many redirects as you like. If you decide that the service is unsuited for you, and you do not agree with using this option, you will need to purchase extra subscriptions in order to get this feature.
In addition to redirects and history (and even custom events),
DoubleList provides access to the following functions: info, info.back, info.discover, info.cache, info.cache.back, info.history, info.history.back, info.history.top, info.history.top.back, info.history.back.discover, info.history.back.discover and info.history.back.discover.
All the functions and the UI, but it’s still not enough to create effective advertising and reach customers at scale. So I’ve developed a special solution using Webview to replace the existing code, without affecting the existing user experience – so it’s easy to use. You don’t need to give up anything and can try out a paid plan before purchasing!
Now let me show what actually happens in real-life applications.
I will tell how you can make ads more interesting and more informative and how you can improve your customer journey without spending a cent. But first let me introduce some terminology Doublelist.
The main idea is to collect data using cookies, and then analyze it to understand your behavior through analysis of your previous visits and history. When doing these analyses, we can identify patterns and determine what websites work for you and what don’t.
We can learn more about analytics here. We will concentrate on measuring keywords, and keywords include words like “keywords”, “keywords”, “keywords”, “keyword”, “keywords”, “keyword”, “keywords” and so on… By analyzing these keywords, people tend to perform searches more often and often. In the process, they also tend to click around a lot and look for something else to find.
As a result, keywords are key drivers in organic traffic.
This helps us to develop individual profiles based on keywords to know more about the person and where he sees online content. These insights help us take even deeper, individualized audiences, and discover who knows who.
When users visit a website directly, it stores information from past visits in its server, called cookies. A cookie is stored in a location known as a session and it informs a server when a user visits a particular site, in order to serve specific ads and other personalized content.
Cookies are created by companies on behalf of individuals who want to track their actions. They can be used to build targeted audience lists. An important advantage of cookies is that they save space on servers. Without cookies tracking, our Doublelist websites would quickly fill up.
The same goes for our advertisers. Since data is kept anonymous, we can track all online movements by users via cookie tracking. There are also third-party cookies, usually provided by Yahoo!, Amazon, Paypal and LinkedIn, that are able to provide similar functionality and give us very valuable insights.
How much does the website owner think when someone asks her for permission to run a website?
What information about your visitor does she give? How much money is the company making? What makes him attractive? And what motivates him to stay in the business? All these questions, along with many more, are reflected on the answers we give while running campaigns.
As a rule, we do not gather every piece of information, because it will increase the amount of work we do. Data gives us a clear picture on what we are doing (or should do) and who can receive our offers.
So, let’s say we have five different kinds of pages, two for female and one for male:
1, in fact, doesn’t exist
1, not yet exists
2, not yet exists
3, not yet exists
5, not yet exists
And a typical advertisement may not be seen, maybe it will not be shown. To increase the likelihood that it will be seen, you need to know more about your target, and this requires detailed data. That information is stored in cookies, and when you visit websites they remember your preferences and information about you.
When you have the ability to link your browsers to Facebook, you will notice that if someone asks if he should like this ad and this person always likes to watch funny videos and play video games, it can be better to show this ad to this person on Page 1, or the other pages.
Nowadays, data becomes a bit more complex.
Today, the big brands make huge investments in building consumer profiles and collecting information about them. Their goal is to generate positive feedback from consumers, and to measure and improve their marketing and advertising techniques and products. Also, they are trying to optimize their offer by providing more choices in terms of product placement, and to offer high value for consumers.
One more thing is that our algorithms are able to recognize new ways of interacting with different sections. This requires understanding the data we already hold. Therefore, we have created a second part to analyze data we currently have.
After gathering this data about ourselves, we start to create new ads and send them to our partners. We have to find those places in the online environment that correspond to our interests and interests!
I can show you a screenshot of how this works. Let me explain it step by step. Our client (we will call her ABC) has a couple of webpages (one for female and another for male),
And each page has certain elements
First, a woman
She doesn’t need to do anything (just read the advertisement, watch the video). Maybe even she’s watching a movie. She can watch YouTube clips, check all advertisements on Facebook, and read messages in emails. Or she could even click on the banner button, and it will show the header – not now, but probably soon.
Second, a man
He needs nothing, just watch a video (and go to his timeline!). He’ll also check Facebook, subscribe to newsletters in mail and read all advertisements. Then it will show this ad and be redirected to where it belongs. Obviously, he wants to watch movies and play video games. This kind of ads is appropriate for him.
Third, a woman
She needs something to read, check, and listen to. She will read Facebook messages and enjoy reading articles – it’s just a pleasure for her. Nothing exciting. One time a girl, she’ll watch the video and even check the text (she will always see photos next to texts and click on them). It’s worth checking the ads to know what other women like. At the end of the day, she’ll watch the video again and go to bed.
Second, a man
He needs the same things as the lady, or maybe something is missing, he’ll click on other advertisements, and he’ll click through the banner buttons. No interesting options and he can read social media news. He will definitely want to watch comedies and play video games. Everything will be fine, for the life, the girls and everything the boys!
This is just one way to organize our ads, but the same strategy is done many times in almost every type of promotion (and almost every industry). We also try to be creative in finding new solutions based on the current situation in the market and analyzing new ideas.
For example, Doublelist our team designed the latest version of our brand, which combines the features of old versions and Doublelist improves the user experience.
As a result, we came the conclusion that we can use mobile devices as a channel for promoting our brand.
For example, we use a special edition of Chrome that allows you to download any page we put here in a PDF