Blog Site Analytics

04/29/2006

Reading blog stats is pretty interesting. Every once in awhile it's even humbling. A special shout-out  thank the reader from Atlanta who today spent 1 hour/ 10 minutes/ 49 seconds and went 44 pages deep into Diva Marketing. Awesome.

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Isn't that stuff great? I can easily spend an entire afternoon looking at site traffic stats. Who, where, when, how long they were there... what I enjoy most is seeing visits from competitors and from people in the marketing world. That's gratifying stuff... as is seeing that the family has been reading to see what I've been doing. I dig that too.

Posted by: Tim Jackson- Masiguy on Apr 30, 2006 10:49:26 AM

Do you think that thanks to analytics stats logs could be considered as relevant crm tool?

Posted by: Christelle on Apr 30, 2006 11:12:30 AM

Visitor stats are indeed a poweful CRM tool. As a result of the visitor logs, you know what pages on a blog or static website are receiving the most traffic, how long it stays, and whether that page leads the visitor to other pages within the site. Knowing the needs and requirements of the visitors enables a business person to offer more information, goods and services in the areas of interest, to the current and prospective customers. Without the traffic logs, that powerful information is lost.

Posted by: Wayne Hurlbert on May 1, 2006 2:54:35 PM

Thanks for the info! I'll look into all the tools I can find through the links you gave - hopefully Know More Media can get its hands on an even better solution!

Posted by: Easton Ellsworth on May 2, 2006 11:48:01 AM

Tim, I wholehertedly agree with your comment. And I think there's actually a largely untapped discipline of monitoring all these stats and using them well.

For example, it would be fairly easy (but I haven't done yet) to set up a feedreader and get a ton of info on a similar blog piped automatically to me - which I could then use to get new ideas about how to monetize, how to drive good traffic to my blog, etc.

Posted by: Easton Ellsworth on May 5, 2006 8:24:29 AM

Thank you very much for all your info. It is really great. when someone would share they info or knowledge with other people. Very useful to have all logs about your website to see what was most popular article, how long it is stays, what visitors a search for … Would recommend to some of my friends to read and learn .I will do some researches for my dissertation (http://www.coursework4you.co.uk/sprtdis22.htm),but your article give me some more ideas . Thank you

Posted by: Mariana on May 27, 2006 9:04:20 AM

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