The keywords meta-tag found in the head section of the homepage. The title found in the head section of the homepage. The URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is the address of the site. CoolSocial advanced keyword analysis tool is able to detect and analyze every keyword on each page of a site. The description meta-tag found in the head section of the homepage.
Domain and Server
Operative System running on the server. Character set and language of the site. Represents HTML declared type (e.g.: XHTML 1.1, HTML 4.0, the new HTML 5.0) The language of myuniversity.gov.au as detected by CoolSocial algorithms. Type of server and offered services.
The type of Facebook page. The description of the Facebook page describes website and its services to the social media users. A Facebook page link can be found in the homepage or in the robots.txt file. Facebook Timeline is the new layout of Facebook pages. The URL of the found Facebook page. The total number of people who tagged or talked about website Facebook page in the last 7-10 days. The total number of people who like website Facebook page.
Twitter account link
Total number of Tweets. It measures how much websites talk to its social media audience. The date of Twitter account creation. A Twitter account link can be found in the homepage or in the robots.txt file. Total number of Followers. It measures how big is the social media audience. The URL of the found Twitter account page. Total number of people who added this Twitter account to their lists. Where site or its webmaster resides. The description of the Twitter account describes website and its services to the social media users.
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Other info about myuniversity.gov.au
The IP of a server identifies it. It can be unique or shared between multiple sites. The next date myuniversity.gov.au will expire. The owner usually renews every year its domain, but some prefer buying more than a year only. The date myuniversity.gov.au was registered for the first time. The registar is the authority where myuniversity.gov.au is registered. Domain age is a measure of how much a site is old. Older sites have normally more importance and are more trustworthy than young ones. Server location specifies where it is physically.