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Australia’s top 100 association websites

Ash Nallawalla

8 May 2008


It is useful for an SEO to check from time to time which Australian association websites are considered by Google’s ranking algorithm to be the best. Best means trust and authority. These sites show good toolbar PageRank and have quality backlinks. This list does not imply that one site is better than another – that exercise is left to the marketing head of each website. If your site ranks in the top 10 or top 20 for the typical search phrases used by ordinary people, then your website is a winner!

Well done to the webmasters!

According to a search for “www” and restricting it to sites, here is Google’s verdict:

1. Australian Breastfeeding Association
3. Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA)
4. FPA
5. Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
6. Australian Industry Group
7. Bicycle SA
8. Australian Council of Trade Unions
10. 101FM Logan City
11. Australian Water Association
12. Carers Queensland
13. Australian Bankers Association
14. Australian Automobile Association
15. Australian Anthropological Society
16. Financial Industry Complaints Service
17. Australian Council for International Development
18. ALA
19. Mental Health Association
20. Chiropractors’ Association of Australia
21. Australian Local Government Association
22. ASFA
24. Law Institute of Victoria
25. Cancer Council WA
26. Law Council of Australia
27. Local Government Association of Queensland
28. Australian Institute of Food Science Technology
29. Ai Group (incorporating AEEMA)
30. Australasian College of Dermatologists
31. APA
32. The Law Society
33. The National Folk Festival
34. NECA
35. Surf Life Saving Australia
36. Carers NSW
37. Queensland Writers Centre
38. The Australasian Evaluation Society
39. Institute of Actuaries of Australia
40. APC
41. Craft Victoria
42. Netball Australia
43. Australian Employers Network on Disability
44. Municipal Association of Victoria
45. Water Services Association of Australia
46. Australian Institute of International Affairs
47. Women’s Legal Service NSW
48. Public Interest Advocacy Centre
49. New South Wales Bar Association
50. Food Safety Information Council
51. Logistics Association of Australia
52. Law Society of the Australian Capital Territory
53. Australian Nursing Federation (Victorian Branch)
54. Law Society of South Australia
55. RSPCA Western Australia
56. Carers WA
57. Palliative Care Victoria
58. WMAA
60. Optometrists Association Australia
61. The Australian Gas Association
62. Film and Television Institute
63. Restaurant & Catering Australia
65. Bicycle Federation of Australia
66. Australian Music Association
67. The Australian Association of Gerontology
68. Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists
69. Alzheimer’s Australia NSW (redirect)
70. Native Fish Australia
71. Motor Neurone Disease Association of New South Wales
72. CRC Association
73. Pride Western Australia Inc.
74. Australian Pituitary Foundation
76. Energy Networks Association
77. Australian Law Students’ Association
78. Palliative Care Council of South Australia
79. NSW Nurses’ Association
80. West Australian Music Industry
81. GriefLink
82. Australian Marine Sciences Association
83. Immigration Advice and Rights Centre
84. Australian Institute of Radiography
85. AVBC
86. SimTecT 2008 Simulation Conference and Exhibition
88. ParaQuad Victoria
89. UNYA
90. Australian Shareholders’ Association
91. APMF Australian Paint Manufacturers Federation
92. A3P
94. Australian Practice Nurses Association
95. The Push
96. MTBA
97. Dads in Distress
98. Australian Forest Growers
99. Theatre Australia
100. Aged and Community Services Association of NSW & ACT

Ash Nallawalla

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