To effectively manage a business or personal website, you need to analyze everything going on at it. By doing this, you will know if visitors are staying on your site, where they are from and if they are visiting other [...]
LinkSmart is for site analytics and click tracking of keywords for internal links and outbound links so you know which keywords are converting.
Social media has become a major player in the promotion of small to medium sized businesses. As people have connected with friends and relatives all over the world with the minimal cost of social media, businessmen have learned that this [...]
Statcounter is a free and fantastic website analytics service that gives you a lot more information about your blog or website visitors than say Google Analytics. While Google Analytics can be integrated with Adsense and Webmaster Tools to create a [...]
Beginners Guide to the common terms associated with SEO or Search Engine Optimization
Blog earnings and traffic report for DragonBlogger.com for the month of March 2011
StumbleUpon Su.Pr won’t match Google Analytics when it comes to visits to your website or blog post, many analytics reporting services can be missing or inaccurately reporting pageviews.
After analyzing site changes on DragonBlogger.com the search traffic dropped when I had switched Wordpress SEO plugins, restoring All in One SEO pack resulted in site traffic returning 2 weeks later.
April 2010 Analytics Report for DragonBlogger.com shows just over 15k unique visits and 20k PageViews with over 75% coming from search engines
It’s no surprise that 4 of my top 10 pages were dominated by Google searches and related to NBC Heroes which accounts for about 35-40% of my blog traffic
Use Google Analytics to see what searches are strongest leading to your blog and capitalize on those searches, build other blog posts around the same topics
I want to share with my readers and that is there seems to be no 100% accurate way to track the unique visits and pageviews to your blog
I saw in WebSite Magazine an article about MailChimp’s Analytic 360 plug-in for WordPress and I decided to install it, it is one of the few wordpress plug-ins that has a full 5 star rating on wordpress.org and over two [...]
One of the most complicated things to do lately is design websites or choose blog themes and templates that render correctly in every type of browser, including: FireFox, Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8, Opera, Google Chrome, Safari…etc. Some people [...]
Fellow bloggers may have experience what I have now just begun to suffer from “Blog Traffic Plateauing” which is where your blog grows rapidly for a period of time and then levels off like a plateau.Â Ironically this effect happened [...]
My two primary blogs JustinGermino.com and DragonBlogger.com continue to grow traffic wise and become larger each month.Â Dragonblogger.com itself has exceeded 12,000 unique visits per month according to Google analytics and averages over 300 unique visits per day.Â The odd [...]