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How to Read a Traffic Source Data In Google Analytics

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Monday, September 14, 2009 Posted by One-4-All

Traffic, it is one thing that all webmasters are dreaming. Get a lot of traffic is a hope for all of webmasters, bloggers or everybody who have a site. Everybody know that big traffic is synonyms with big earn money. A site who have a bog traffic will be have a high price and opportunity in advertise program, google adsense, paid to review, or something else.
Did Your Site Have A Big Traffic?... How to know our traffic come from?.....And what thing we can get from traffic source data?


Use Google Analytics to optimize your traffic source for your site. This is a great tool to get it for your blog.
Google Analytics Traffic SourceLook up for traffic source data above. Yes, we can get a lot of more useful data from that.
  1. Which one of you have done that give a more traffic.
  2. To know that your advertising program that you have joined was give a traffic or not.
  3. To see who has linked to your site.
  • Which one of you have done that give you a more traffic.

  • To get more traffic is several ways that can do. SEO, Blogwalking, leave your comments in another blog, shoot in ShoutMix or C-box, add your blog into RSS and Blog Directories, use microblogging (twitter), or another else.
    But with traffic source data from google analytics, you can see which one is the most useful to get it. I have look my data, and the result is that the most useful to get traffic to my site is blogwalking and leave my url in shoutmix.
    Google Analytics Traffic SourceMaybe it is different result with your own, but we can more concentrate to one thing. If your traffic was come in twitter, you can more give your attention to twitter.

  • To know that your advertising program that you have joined was give a traffic or not.

  • Another ways to get a traffic is join an advertising or adsense program for your site, like a google adwords, bidvertiser, ask2link, etc. But one question is how if your advertising program doesn't give traffic? Do you still want to continue? I think the answer is "NO". So, look up for this and save your money.

  • To see who has linked to your site.

  • With Google Analytics, we can see a sites who has linked to us. There are several sites who has link to my blog. You can see how many traffic was come from that sites.
    Sites Who Was Linked

    So, don't miss it.

    Best Regard
    One-4-All | Blogging News and Tips

    1 comments:

    Belajar Bisnis Internet on September 15, 2009 at 1:30 AM said...

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