If you run a website like me, you’re always concerned with your statistics. There are many sites out there that will tell you a few things about your webpage, but this is usually limited to whois data, traffic, PageRank, and Alexa rank. Today I stumbled upon a site called Xinu [Returns].
Xinu was originally a tool on TechCrunch to check statistics about your website, but it was recently discontinued. Luckily, the source code was released, and the people at MovingLabs decided to host it up at a site called XinuReturns. Xinu is one of the most elaborate stats sites I have ever seen.
It does oh-so-much for your website. First, a screenshot of your page. It then diagnoses your page for common errors, and provides a few SEO tips. It provides information about your domain and hosting, and then of course, all the rankings. This is where many other sites stop.
Xinu then shows feed subscription statistics for various services. It has stats for almost all of the social bookmarking services (unfortunately no StumbleUpon data there). Xinu then passes your page through W3 code standard validations for CSS, XHTML, and RSS. Finally, it displays all indexed page stats and backlinks according to many different search engines/services.
All of this data is displayed neatly in the site’s interface, and you can also download a pdf of site statistics once it’s done processing. This PDF is en espanol, but most of the words are discernible for non spanish-speakers.
While there are a couple of mild kinks with the service (such as the translation issue), Xinu is an excellent tool to find any of the stats for a website all in one place.