Site owners who install the Alexa Certify Code on their website can choose to display their Certified Metrics, such as Monthly Unique Visitors and Pageviews, if they wish.For other sites, we display the estimated number of unique visitors from up to 6 countries, when sufficient data is available (Advanced plans only).This "women only like tall guys" thing has as much validity as "men only want hot skinny chix with big tits." Sure there's some truth to it, but in the aggregate, people can't be reduced to simplistic statements.
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For this particular guy, he could probably increase his attractiveness by an equal amount by spending fifty bucks on a decent haircut. Mate Preferences and Matching Outcomes in Online Dating
Women say they want money, which one study found to be true, only to find no correlation between that preference and the men they actually ended up dating: abstract_id=895442FTA: "Women, on the other hand, prefer men who are taller than themselves, and they have a particularly strong aversion to shorter men.
This guy's a professor of computer science at Duke so he's presumably making good money, maybe 0K? In other words, it takes so much money to make up for the height difference because almost no one actually cares about the money.
The difference between making 0K and 0K is pretty unimportant, like an extra inch in height, whereas the difference between making K and K is important, like an extra (I dunno) five inches in height. I reckon he is citing this article: What Makes You Click?
The website owner has installed an Alexa Certify Code on the pages of their site and chosen to show the metrics publicly.