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Friday, June 21, 2013

The Analysis of Cricinfo in the Cities and the Regions of the World


According to the national and the regional distribution of cricinfo world search volume, the highest country is Sri Lanka and the next are India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. It is clear that these countries are all not far from India or around it.



It has no doubt that India ranks the second for the website is built in India. For the top ten countries which are all next to India or have intimate relations with India  are on the top ten. The website was purchased by America and the users of India won’t pay much attention to it.

Thursday, June 13, 2013

The ESPNcricinfo cricket's portal

The ESPNcricinfo cricket's portal
     ESPNcricinfo is a sports news website devoted to the sport of cricket. The site features news, articles, live coverage of matches  and StatsGuru, a database of historical matches and players from the 18th century to the present. It is edited by Sambit.Bal.The site, originally conceived in a pre-World Wide Web form in 1993 by Dr. Simon King, was acquired in 2002 by the Wisden Group—publishers of several notable Cricket magazines and the Wisden Cricket Almanack. As part of an eventual breakup of the Wisden Group, it was sold to ESPN in 2007.
    ESPNcricinfo contains various news, colunmns, blogs and fantansy sport games. Among its most popular feature are its liveblogs of cricket matches, which includes a bevy of scorecard options, allowing readers to track such aspects of the game as wagon wheels and partnership breakdowns. For each major cricket match, the live scores are accompanied by a Bulletin, which details the turning points of the match and some of the off-field events. The site also offers Cricinfo 3D, a feature which utilizes a match's scoring data to generate a 3D animates simulation of a live match.Regular columns on ESPNcricinfo include "All Today's Yesterdays", an "on this day" column focusing on historical cricket events, and "Quote Unquote", which features notable quotes from cricketers and cricket administrators.Among its most extensive feature is StatsGuru, a database originally created by Travis Basevi, containing statistics on players, officials, teams, individual teams, and records.

If you are a cricketer or cricket lovers, then it may ESPNcricinfo look fresh consulting, latest cricket reports, there are a variety of attractive game story.Here you get the general experience, there will be a great harvest.

the Cricinfo new events:Paul looks back on his maiden first-class centur

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    First first-class century
    My first hundred came at Grace Road against Hampshire in 1992. I remember being 96 not out overnight after bad light stopped play.

    We came out the next day and I had an over from Malcolm Marshall to face before they could take the new ball. The first one I pushed forward to and it roared past my left ear at about 90 miles per hour. I played and missed at the next four before getting one off my hip down to fine leg.

    Cardigan Connor took the new ball and he couldn't have bowled it in a better place, a half-volley on leg stump that I flicked away for four. It was a massive relief.

    First pair of wicketkeeping gloves
    They were a pair of Gunn & Moores - I was ten at the time and playing for Cumbria Schools. I've always kept wicket since I started playing. My first bat was a St Peter.

    First England cap
    I'd been on tour to Pakistan and Sri Lanka as a No. 2 to Alec Stewart in 2000 but I didn't get a go until way after that.

    We were playing a T20 international against Australia in Sydney in 2007. It was amazing, playing in front of 40,000 people, and I scored 30-odd not out. I thought: "Happy days, I'm playing international cricket and I can score runs, I can do it."

    But it was back down to earth with a bump a few days later. We played a one-dayer against the Aussies and I was out lbw to Mitchell Johnson for a duck. When I got out I walked off the wrong way to the changing rooms and the whole ground were giving me stick.

    First autograph
    There wasn't much cricket going on near where I lived in Cumbria, so my first autograph was actually Peter Beardsley. It was pretty special as I'm a Carlisle United supporter.

    First time I chirped someone out
    I don't know exactly but one sticks in my mind. I once told Nasser Hussain that he had the biggest nose and was the most hated man in county cricket - but I was being pretty truthful!

An Analysis Report of Cricinfo.com

TheTODAY/ An Analysis Report of  Cricinfo.com

   According to related data, from 2004, search volume of cricinfo is not
so ideal.
   From January 2004 to October 2010, the search volume has some little
fluctuations but it is relatively stable. From October 2010 to March
2011, the volume has increased sharply for about 73% and peaked in
March. However, from then on, the volume decreases dramatically, then it
has has some fluctuations.
   In United Kingdom area, England ranks first in using Cricinfo, We believe
it is associated with the density of population.

ESPNcricinfo, the world's leading cricket website

TheTODAY/ ESPNcricinfo is the world's leading cricket website and among the top five single-sport websites in the world.

Founded in 1993, ESPNcricinfo's content includes news, live ball-by-ball coverage of all Test and one-day international matches and features written by some of the world's best cricketers and cricket writers. The site also includes in-depth statistics on every one of the 3000 international and 50,000 first-class cricketers to have played the game.

Now a wholly owned subsidiary of ESPN Inc., the world's leading multimedia sports entertainment company, ESPNcricinfo is available to cricket fans through the online media and on a host of mobile platforms and handheld devices.

ESPNcricinfo has a thriving user community and reaches over 20 million users every month.

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The cricinfo message, Kirsten quits SA job effective August

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   Gary Kirsten's tenure in charge of South Africa will end on July 31 after he decided not to renew his contract for a further two years. Kirsten, who was appointed in 2011, cited the needs of his sons, Joshua and James and daughter, Joanna, who are all under the age of 10, as the only reason for him opting not to continue to be in charge of the team he took to No.1 on the Test rankings. His last assignment will be the Champions Trophy in England before he settles in to spend more time with his family.

    "I feel I can no longer cope with the lengthy periods of separation from my family that this job demands," Kirsten admitted. "Last year, I had 250 days away from Cape Town, my home. I believe my absentia as a father is compromising my responsibilities to my family. I've just had five weeks at home now, which is the longest period I have had there for a few years and I began to realise the impact my absence as a father has had on my family."

    At the time, he and his wife, Deborah had a policy in place about the maximum number of days they would spend apart - 21. Kirsten also assured her if the separation ever became "unbearable", he would not continue as coach. He has now decided it has reached those levels and Deborah was among the most surprised by that conclusion.

   "I don't think she believed me when I said I was not going to renew," Kirsten said. "But that's how I feel about the importance of the institution of family. I don't want to be a statistic so that when my kids are grown up, they say they didn't see their dad. Right from the outset of my contract, it was a concern - how I would be able to manage the time apart. I even considered doing only one format of the game but we felt it would be unfair on many people. The last five weeks at home have made me more aware of my responsibilities."

    Kirsten denied that political reasons pushed him, although there was some suspicion he was under pressure for a slow transformation rate, especially in Test cricket. Although South Africa has not had a quota system in place for several years, it was widely frowned upon that no black African played in the longest format for South Africa during Kirsten's time in charge. "No, that has nothing to do with it. I've given my reasons and those are 100%," he said.