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SimilarWeb is a free research tool to help you measure the web, providing an overview of web traffic for any site. SimilarWeb PRO is a powerful competitive intelligence platform for marketers, business analysts and media buyers to discover, analyze and benchmark competitor activity. SimilarWeb PRO gives you full depth of data and insights to dive into your competitors paid, search, social and display efforts and enables you to see all their popular pages and referral sources. While SimilarWeb shows a small sample of the key traffic sources for any site, SimilarWeb PRO users get a chance to see the entire picture about competitor web traffic - with complete lists of referrers, paid & organic keywords, popular pages and more.
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We currently offer a 24-hour free trial for SimilarWeb PRO. During the signup process you will be asked to provide your credit card however you will not be charged if you choose to cancel within the 24-hour trial period.
The data on SimilarWeb is updated on a monthly basis.
Not at all! We work hard to make web insights easy to read so you don’t have to. If you have ever used Google Analytics or any similar tool you'll be quickly familiar with our dashboard. Our site is easy to navigate and we avoid jargon at all costs. It makes no difference if you’re an avid digital researcher or this is your first time gathering web insights. Your time on SimilarWeb should be fun, insightful and easy.
Having the largest panel in the industry for web measurement generates our data to be exceedingly accurate. However, websites with lower traffic means that our sample size is smaller and for these websites, the level of accuracy may decrease.