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BeforeYouClick review of GitHub

GitHub appears to be a safe web site. The github.io domain uses an SSL certificate to guarantee a secured connection, thereby providing at least some level of privacy. This site has been around for almost 6 years now. Being around for this long, the site can be expected to be mature and safer than average. This is not a very well known web site worldwide and probably does not have a very large budget for security matters. GitHub is active on social media. We only know of a Twitter account (@github) for this site. Its account has been verified by Twitter. GitHub has contributed to Twitter substantially, over time.

Rankings for github.io

About these rankings

Various web sites, including Alexa and Quantcast order web sites on their audience size. Based on these lists and some other data points, we compose our custom BYC rank.

BYC rank
296,011th worldwide
1,946th on the .io TLD
Alexa rank
N/A
Quantcast rank
N/A

Server locations for GitHub

  • Netherlands

GitHub on Twitter

  • Verified
  • February 11, 2008
  • San Francisco, CA
  • 4.3 Thousand tweets

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About the information shown here

GitHub has a single known Twitter account. We are listing the tweets from @github, which we think is the most relevant feed for this website.

To get more data about this Twitter handle, visit the Socialblade report about the Twitter handle of GitHub. It will show you Tweet statistics, historical data, and many other things.

Also, a useful free resource to check out is Followerwonk by Moz. It may take a while to load, but it will hand you tons of information about the way GitHub uses their Twitter and who is following it.

Twitter handles for GitHub

How we got this information about GitHub

About crawling

Most of the data we display to you here is collected through a process called Crawling. That means we use an autonomous algorithm to retrieve a site and infer as much information from it as we can.

We do our best to crawl GitHub as often as possible. Sites have a habit to get altered suddenly, as a consequence our information could be out of date. In the following we show you when we last crawled this web site (3 months ago), and what page we consulted.

Sometimes web sites do serve different content based on the country of their clients. We use servers in the United States, so any localized results we received will most certainly be adjusted to a US viewership.

Crawled URL
https://pages.github.com/
Returned status code
200 (OK)
Content type
HTML (text/html)
Time since last crawl
3 months
Times crawled
174

Web traffic for GitHub