For these sites, we show estimated metrics based on traffic patterns across the web as a whole.
We identify these patterns by looking at the activity of millions of web users throughout the world, and using data normalization to correct for any biases.
Global traffic ranks of 100,000 are subject to large fluctuations and should be considered rough estimates.
If a site has Certified Metrics instead of estimated, that means its owner has installed code allowing us to directly measure their traffic.
However, if you hunt in an area with lots of does, you are going to spend a fortune in processing roll after roll of doe photos just to get a few buck photos.
It is better, in most cases, to opt for digital right away.
The website owner has installed an Alexa Certify Code on the pages of their site and chosen to show the metrics publicly.
Not all websites implement our on-site analytics and publish the results.
The ability to determine which trails a buck is using, and where his core area is located pays big dividends come hunting season.
If you can dream it, you can probably buy it – if you can afford it.
You can break trail cameras down into three categories: film (with flash), digital with non-game spooking infrared or invisible LED flash and standard digital with flash.
Patterning game with deer cameras is the wave of the future. Ever-evolving trail camera technology will someday completely revolutionize the way you think of deer scouting.
Certified Site Metrics are metrics that are directly-measured from the website instead of estimated.