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AAJ Cracks 12,000 Ranking at Alexa.com

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All About Jazz's Alexa.com ranking reached 11,708 this week, making it seven times more popular than the second leading jazz website.

With over five million sites indexed by Alexa, AAJ now ranks as one of the top music sites on the web.

“We're very excited about the widespread popularity of the site and look forward to improving our ranking as we release new database-driven sections and more compelling content areas," says Michael Ricci, AAJ's Founder and Publisher. “AAJ has become an important destination for jazz fans worldwide--we're thrilled with the recognition and very pleased with the steady increase in traffic."

Other sites and their rankings:

#1 - Yahoo
#5 - Google
#1,157 - Rolling Stone
#2,390 - Billboard
#11,708 - All About Jazz
#45,756 - Independent Film Channel (IFC)
#113,100 - Downbeat


About Alexa Internet
Alexa Internet, the Web Information Company, gathers, stores, indexes and makes available multi-terabyte digital libraries, collections of Web sites and other Internet information. The company's Archive of the Web has been growing since 1996, and now contains over 40 terabytes of data. Alexa also offers a free Web navigation service (available at www.alexa.com) which gives Internet users access to the Archive as they surf, as well as detailed information about Web sites such as related links, contact information, site statistics, and reviews. The company donates a copy of its Archive of the Web on an ongoing basis to the non-profit Internet Archive, which is endowed to preserve our digital heritage for scholarly access. Alexa, a wholly owned subsidiary of Amazon.com, is located on the Web at http://www.alexa.com.

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