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The National Broadband Map (NBM) is a searchable and interactive website that allows users to view broadband availability across every neighborhood in the United States. The NBM was created by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), in collaboration with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and in partnership with 50 states, five territories and the District of Columbia. The NBM is a project of NTIA's State Broadband Initiative.

BeforeYouClick review of Broadbandmap.gov

Broadbandmap.gov apparently is a reliable website. The broadbandmap.gov domain uses an SSL certificate to guarantee a secured connection, thus providing at least some level of privacy. This site has been around for about 8 years now. Being around for this long, the site can be expected to be mature and safer than average. This is not a very popular website worldwide and probably does not have a very large budget for security matters. We do not have any information on social media activity for this site. Although this may just mean we overlooked it, it may be an indicator that the site is not very active.

Rankings for broadbandmap.gov

About these rankings

A number of web sites, among which Alexa and Quantcast order web sites on their popularity. On the basis of these rankings and a number of other bits of information, we compile our custom BYC rank.

BYC rank
59,227th worldwide
844th on the .gov TLD
Alexa rank
695,160th
Quantcast rank
90,255th

Server locations for Broadbandmap.gov

  • United States

The site uses servers with the following IP addresses

Web traffic for Broadbandmap.gov

How we got this information about Broadbandmap.gov

About crawling

A lot of the intel we present to you here is collected through a approach called Crawling. That means we utilize an autonomous system to retrieve a site and obtain as much information from it as we can.

We intend to crawl Broadbandmap.gov frequently. Sites sometimes will change a lot, which means this information might be out of date. Here we display when we last visited this web site (10 months ago), and what content we analyzed.

Occasionally, web sites may show alternative content depending on the country of their clients. We use systems in the United States of America, so any localized content we were served will most certainly be adapted to an American public.

Crawled URL
https://www.broadbandmap.gov/
Returned status code
200 (OK)
Content type
HTML (text/html)
Time since last crawl
10 months
Times crawled
1