The rating is calculated by looking at each web studio's portfolio of current projects — sites that the company has developed. The rating includes companies that develop web sites professionally with at least 10 active projects in their portfolios. The result is a universal rating of the top 100 web studios on the Russian Internet, as well as local ratings for the CIS countries, federal districts of Russia and cities.
An active client portfolio is the basis of the methodology for ranking the SEO companies. The more sites the company promotes, and the higher the authority of these sites in terms of search engines, then the higher the SEO company is in the ratings. The rating includes companies that professionally optimize web sites' performance in search engines, with at least 10 active projects in their portfolios. The result is a universal rating of the top 50 SEO companies on the Russian Internet, as well as local ratings for the CIS countries, federal districts of Russia and cities.
Rating is based on data collected by CMS Magazine, the analytical portal for the market of web development. The CMS Magazine project directory is the biggest directory of sites running on different content management systems. Data can be entered into it by web studios and media representatives through their personal account, and by users and site owners though a special form on the site. It is being used to form a universal rating of the top 50 CMS web applications on the Russian Internet, as well as local ratings for type of site (corporate web sites, online stores, promo-sites, portals and services, blogs, social networks), type of platform (IIS, Apache, nginx), and type of license (commercial and open-source).
Publication ranking Russian web studiosFebruary 24 - February 25, 2010
Official publication TOP Runet SEOs.December 28, 2009 - 05 March 2010
Collection of data for TOP Runet CMS.
The Awards ceremony "Rating Runet – 2010” – the annual award for the best sites – took place in Moscow, "Vysotsky" club on August 16, 2011. The event, which became a token for the branch of business, brought together about 300 representatives of Russian web studios, customers and mass media.