Wikirank is a new service which displays traffic data for Wikipedia articles in a nice graphical format.
Wikipedia used to get 50% of its traffic from Google, that figure now probably stands at 75%. For some articles it’s easy to see how 95% of traffic could come from Google.
Wikirank allows you to find all the Wikipedia pages in your industry and see exactly how much traffic they get. No longer are you working with Googles search volume estimates trying to predict click through rates – Wikirank lets you see exactly how much traffic a top ranking result might send.
Who would have thought ranking for St Patricks Day would send over half a million visitors in one day? The Google keyword tool wouldn’t be able to predict search volumes for that sort of trending term with any accuracy.