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Change.org is the world’s largest petition platform, using technology to empower more than 200 million users to create the change they want to see.

BeforeYouClick review of Change.org

Change.org to us seems a safe website. The change.org domain uses an SSL certificate to provide a secured connection, thus giving some degree of privacy. This site has been around for over 21 years now. Being around for this long, the site can be expected to be mature and safer than average. This is a very well known web site worldwide. It has a large audience and can be trusted. Change.org is active on social media. It is present on both Twitter (@change) and on Facebook. Its account has been verified by Twitter. Change.org has contributed to Twitter substantially, over time.

Rankings for change.org

About these rankings

A multitude of web sites, among which Alexa and Quantcast rank sites on their audience size. Based on these rankings and various other factors, we create our custom BYC rank.

BYC rank
978th worldwide
27th on the .org TLD
Alexa rank
1,923rd
Quantcast rank
596th

Server locations for Change.org

  • United States

Change.org on Twitter

  • Verified
  • August 22, 2008
  • 27.9 Thousand tweets

The world’s leading civic organizing hub. We empower people everywhere to create the change they want to see.

About the information shown here

Change.org has only one linked Twitter account. We will be listing the tweets from @change, which we believe to be the most relevant account for this site.

For finding more statistics about this Twitter user, we recommend to go to the Socialblade site on the Twitter account of Change.org. Here you can find Tweet statistics, historical data, et cetera.

One more useful free service to check out is Followerwonk by Moz. You need some patience, but it will give you a lot of information about how Change.org uses their account and who is following it.

Twitter handles for Change.org

Web traffic for Change.org

Change.org on Facebook

How we got this information about Change.org

About crawling

Most of the data we present to you here is procured through a method called Crawling. That means we use an autonomous system to request a web site and extract as much intel from it as is feasible.

We try to crawl Change.org as often as possible. Sites have a tendency to get modified suddenly, as a consequence this information could be a little stale. Below we indicate when we last visited this site (6 days ago), and what results we inspected.

Some websites do serve different information based on the origin of their audience. We crawl with servers from the USA, so any localized content we got will most certainly be adjusted to a US public.

Crawled URL
https://www.change.org/
Returned status code
200 (OK)
Content type
HTML (text/html)
Time since last crawl
6 days
Times crawled
161