NerdWallet, Inc. Class A (NRDS)
NASDAQ:NRDS

NerdWallet, Inc. Class A (NRDS) Website Traffic

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Analyze the website traffic volume of publicly traded companies. The data shows an estimate of how many consumers are visiting a company’s websites, and how this correlates with stock price. Track changes in consumer online behavior ahead of earnings and predict market changes.
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Domains
Domains
nerdwallet.com
Location
Location
Global
Devices
Devices
All Devices
Visitors
Visitors
Unique Visitors
Unreported Period Q4-2022 (Oct-Dec) Website Traffic Trends
From same quarter last year:
Total unique visitors on all devices are down 22.30%
From previous quarter:
Total unique visitors on all devices are down 21.36%
Year-to-Date (YTD) comparison:
Total unique visitors on all devices are up 12.84% from the same period last year
Next earnings report: Feb 14, 2023 (in 9 days)
The reported fiscal period covers fiscal periods for which the company has already reported earnings, meaning that the data on its website traffic has been publicly disclosed.

The unreported fiscal period covers the upcoming fiscal period, for which the company has not yet released a report, meaning that TipRanks provides access to website traffic data that cannot yet be found anywhere else.

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NerdWallet, Inc. Class A's Financial Services Competitors
HOODRobinhood Markets, Inc. Class A
PYPLPaypal Holdings Inc
PYPLPaypal Holdings Inc
AMZNAmazon.Com, Inc.
AFRMAffirm Holdings, Inc.

Website Growth

Domains
Domains
nerdwallet.com
Location
Location
Global
Devices
Devices
All Devices
Visitors
Visitors
Unique Visitors
Compare to:
Monthly Growth Dec 2022
+3.10% 19.8M
Monthly Comparison
Dec 2022
19.8M+3.10%
Nov 2022
19.2M
Reserved for Ultimate Members
Quarter-to-Date Growth Q4 2022 (Oct-Dec)
-21.36% 70.6M
Quarter-to-Date Comparison
Q4 2022
70.6M-21.36%
Q3 2022
89.8M
Reserved for Ultimate Members
Year-to-Date Growth 2023
+12.84% 368.1M
Year-to-Date Comparison
2023
368.1M+12.84%
2022
326.2M
Monthly Growth Dec 2022
+3.10% 19.8M
Monthly Comparison
Dec 2022
19.8M+3.10%
Nov 2022
19.2M

User Geography

Domains
Domains
nerdwallet.com
Countries
Traffic Share
Traffic
Desktop
Mobile
GlobalGlobal
100%
26.83M
39.40%
60.60%
United StatesUnited States
81.5%
21.86M
41.45%
58.55%
IndiaIndia
5.9%
1.58M
9.37%
90.63%
CanadaCanada
2.6%
705.23K
37.08%
62.92%
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
1.9%
511.70K
35.32%
64.68%
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FAQ

How many users visited nerdwallet.com in December 2022?
In December 2022 the number of users who visited nerdwallet.com was 19.78M.
    What was nerdwallet.com monthly growth?
    nerdwallet.com monthly users growth was +3.10%.
      What are nerdwallet.com main competitors?
      nerdwallet.com main competitors are: robinhood.com (HOOD) , venmo.com (PYPL) , joinhoney.com (PYPL) , affirm.com (AMZN) , affirm.com (AFRM).
        From which country does nerdwallet.com gets most of its users?
        nerdwallet.com gets most of its users from United States.
          What is the purpose of the website traffic tool?
          The purpose of the website traffic tool is to enhance your stock research. It shows you how a company’s website domains are performing and how their estimated website traffic correlates with the stock’s price. The tool enables you to analyze changes in consumer behavior and predict how this may affect the upcoming earnings report and stock price.
            Where does this data about website traffic come from?
            The website traffic data we use is provided by Semrush. The data is estimated on petabytes of clickstream data gathered from a panel of millions of internet users. Semrush’s neural network algorithm processes clickstream data, as well as backlink and organic search engine positions data, to generate the most accurate estimation of website traffic on the market.
              What is the difference between unique visitors and total visits?
              Unique visitors refers to the number of individuals who visit a website in a given time period. For example, one person who visits the same website multiple times throughout the day is considered as one unique visitor.
              Visits, on the other hand, refer to every visit to the website in a given time period. In this example, if one person visits the same website 12 times in one day, that counts as 12 visits.
              On Google Analytics, ‘unique visits’ are labeled as ‘users’ whilst ‘visits’ are labelled as ‘sessions’.
                I read the term “active users” in an earnings report. How does this differ from “unique visitors” or total visits.
                Each company has different performance measurements when it comes to website/ app visits or interactions within the timeframe they define.

                For example, Pinterest (PINS), uses a measurement called Monthly Active User (MAU), which it defines as a “user who visits our website, opens our mobile application or interacts with Pinterest through one of our browser or site extensions, such as the Save button, at least once during the 30-day period ending on the date of measurement.”

                Snap (SNAP) uses a measurement called Daily Active User (DAU) which it define as “a registered Snapchat user who opens the Snapchat application at least once during a defined 24-hour period.”
                  Where can I see the top online growth stocks?
                  You can see a list of top online growth stock here.

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