Would you mind researching about your visitor preferences? I mean user tracking. Well, if you are think about what pages attract most of your visitors, it will help you in future to decide which topics, content, products or services can grab more attention when introducing new products, services or when generating fresh content to grab more user attention. In that case, statistics of your site visitors can be really helpful. Most probably you would like to know how many of people exploring your pages.
September 10, 2012
June 19, 2012
Drive Traffic and Get Insights for Content Being Copied on Your Website with Tynt Publisher Tools
The content you publish on your blog or website can be really helpful. I know, your content matters most to you too. Your blog / website visitors interact with your content and when they find them interesting, they will go extra mile and share it with their friends and followers too. Talking about sharing, you may have implemented sharing tools to make sharing easy. As it link back to your original content page, it helps you to get more visitors on your content.
March 13, 2012
Analyze Your Website Visitors with StatCounter
How do you track your site visitors? Do you, at all? Tracking your visitors isn't about delving into their personal details or to messing with their privacy. The primary objective of tracking visitors is to make better decisions to offer best possible for your audience or customers. Tracking allows you to find out what kind of topics or categories your visitors prefer more, how they browse your website, how where did they come from and sort of helpful information. These information can ultimately leads to better decisions for you to rise and shine. Don't you love that?
October 25, 2011
How to Add Google Analytics to Blogger
How do you track your visitors or find statistics of your blog visitors. Google Analytics is a popular web analytics service which can provide you information about your site traffic and behaviors of the visitors to help you improve the marketing effectiveness. If you are not familiar with Google Analytics already, you might like to read about it in detail - Google Analytics.
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