Discover the cross-browsing behavior of your audience to understand what other sites your users are user behavior and your audience interests in relation to your competitors.
Evaluating the browsing behaviors of your target audience can help understand user intent, reveal insights about the purchasing funnel, discover new audiences, and develop audience acquisition strategies. See audience interest and user behavior for your site, your competitor sites, or your industry.
More ways to use the audience interests insights:
See other products or solutions your audiences are evaluating during their consideration stage.
Discover domains winning traffic and engagements from shared audiences and use this information to broaden your audience targeting.
To view cross-browsing behavior between a website and its competitors, follow these steps:
When analyzing multiple sites, the Cross-Browsing Behaviors tool shows the percentage of unique visitors to the primary site who also visited the other analyzed sites on the same day.
For example: In the image below, you can see that 11% of users who visited foxnews.com also visited cnn.com on the same day.
Tip: Hover over any cell in the table to see how the cross-visitation has changed compared to the previous period to help identify the trend for users visiting a competitor's site.
Note: Similarweb provides many pre-defined industries based on topic and functionality. You can easily define and create a custom industry to include the most relevant domains for your analysis.
Hover over any domain to view its monthly visits and company info.
What's the difference between the Cross-Browsing Interests table from Audience Interests and the Audience Overlap feature?
The Cross-Browsing Interests table shows the overlap of websites ‘head-to-head’ but doesn’t show the full audience reach and potential. Audience Overlap allows end-users to compare up to five websites and see the overlap across all websites
Try it now! Website Analysis > Enter a website and go to Audience Interests.