Awesome Free Stat Tool! You WILL benefit from this...

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I often see posts from new marketers on a budget where they seem to have no idea where their sites/blogs visitors are coming from. An often used excuse is that they don't have time to invest in a good Statcounter program to track their site's visitors.

This is really a critical error. You MUST know where ALL your visitors are coming from to be successful in IM. I have thrown up a blog or two in the past targeting certain keywords, only to find that folks were arriving on my blog from totally different keywords, AND converting WELL! Needless to say, I worked on optomizing the site for those keywords and exponentially increased my sales and profit!

The free tool I use is Site Meter - Counter and Statistics Tracker (Not an AFF Link!) This site provides virtually EVERYTHING the beginner or even the more advanced marketer could need. It tracks hits, referring pages, outclicks, entry pages, countries, and so many more stats. And that is ALL in the free version.

You can setup unlimited counters for each of your sites. Check it out - I highly recommend it!

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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Whyte
    Hey taraff1

    Thank you for the link to this. I had a quick look at the site and it seems like it would be a nice tool to add to my tool bag. I am going to give it a test run on a site I have up for a while that I know I get visits too. Then I will be better able to see the stats and how good this thing is.

    Have A Great Day!

    Richard Whyte - Online Training Systems - - Professional Copywriting Tools

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  • Profile picture of the author Glenn Grundberg
    Hey- thanks for posting this, but a better one in my opinion is StatCounter.

    The free version doesn't have any restrictions on features, it just limits your log size, unlike sitemeter which restricts all KINDS of info unless you pay.

    Check it out...StatCounter Free invisible Web tracker, Hit counter and Web stats



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    • Profile picture of the author taraff1
      My only problem with StatCounter was that, to the best of my knowledge, it doesn't include info on Out-Click's, or where a visitor goes when they click out of your site (Aff links?)

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