Every blogger wants it, in fact, we crave it. We all want more traffic and page views. Without anyone reading our blogs, we’re basically just journaling. In today’s post, I’m going to walk you through how I track my Google Analytics blog metrics.
I try not to focus too much on page views. I understand the importance of getting targeted traffic to your site.
Without the right traffic, you can get all the page views in the world. However, this doesn’t mean that anyone is going to buy your products, click on your affiliate links or subscribe to your email list.
Now I’m not a traffic expert, heck I’m not even a Google Analytics expert.
However, I do know enough to keep track of my blog growth each and every month. In fact, I share my blog growth at the beginning of every month on my blog.
If you’re a blogger, chances are you spend a lot of time guest posting, networking, promoting your blog on social media the list can go on and on.
If you’re a one-person band like I am. Then it’s…
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