Tracking your website traffic is very important, but it can be difficult to do without an analytical program. Some people rely on the number of comments their posts receive to judge traffic, but there are many popular posts that just receive one or two comments. Other people check their server for the number of hits. This doesn’t work because a hit is registered whenever someone downloads an image, style sheet, text or anything else. It’s common for one visitor to register over 100 hits. If you want clear results, then you need to use one of these analytical programs.
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Google Analytics is by far the most advanced Web Analytics Tool available on the web. With custom reporting, advanced segments and other advanced tools, Google Analytics help you gather a customized report of your traffic stats. Google Analytics lets you export all sorts of report generated through it but by default only about 10 results/row are shown.
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In the previous post, I had discussed about hosting the XML file in Google Groups containing the analytics data from Google Analytics for Popular Posts widget. Now we’ll need to use Yahoo Pipes and...
You want to show your readers the posts that are most popular on your blog. If you use Wordpress for maintaining your blog, you can use or must have already used plugins that show off the most popular posts. Placing such widgets help you get more traffic to your quality posts. But the wordpress plugins basically display the popular posts based on the number of comments, i.e. the more comments a blog gets, the higher is its rank on the popular posts widget. The posts that get the highest number of comments are not necessarily the posts that get the maximum number of traffic. So, what if you want to put a popular posts widget that shows the posts getting maximum number of traffic?
If you own a website, you must be using Analytics to track your visitors. If you don’t use it then you are missing a gem because a webmaster without analytics is a webmaster in the abyss. Hey don’t take my words gravely. Well if are just a beginner in the blogging world and aren’t getting much visitors to your site, you might not want to show your visitors status to others. But if your website is gaining popularity and more visitors everyday, you might want to show off your Analytics stats to your friends or other bloggers in your niche. Well if you want, here’s a nifty trick that can help you.