Bump chart - Top websites ranking
It would be great to visualize top websites ranking change as a bump chart. It could be used as the top websites cover image.. Attaching the sample how it could look.
breakdown top sites by category. Literally just copy SimilarWeb on this and you're golden. Idk why no one else is doing it.
Company/organization info box
For each website it would be great to show its company, org structure, category (industry), number of employees, headquarters, revenue. Similar 'info-boxes' I found on Similar Web and Wikipedia. This data could be obtained via LLMs/knowledge graph through Wikipedia and later corrected via Crunchbase and other financial/business APIs.
Allow users to export data into css/spreadsheets, similar to other Ahrefs products, at least for those users who are logged in or paying customers
Compare 2 or 3 countries
It would be great to add the ability to compare 2 or 3 ranks in different regions side by side. This might be useful for data journalists and researchers to get valuable insights.
Allow to choose a comparison period
Allow users to choose different comparison period rather then previous month
Add favicons to the list
Add a favicon to each website in the list and on item page for non verbal processing of info. This allow to recognize familiar brand faster.
Add a screenshot of the website
It would be useful to have a preview of the website before clicking the link. Ideally both mobile and desktop version.
Show website owner and org structure
For each website it might be useful to show organization, that is owning/managing the website and its org. structure. If organization is public company, show its stock CODE, change over time and market capitalization. In abstract there are 4 types of organizations: public companies, private comp., non-profits, government organizations This info could help to see the correlation between rank and stock jumps in the table. Market cap helps to approx. estimate how big is the business that is owning the website. The data for top companies could be easily obtained via LLMs like ChatGPT, although the accuracy here could vary (some delisted companies like Twitter are still showing in GPT as public). Adding the source and user reporting, and financial API integration could help to correct the mistakes.