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How to track traffic from discussion boards or blogs?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by DrGonzo2, Jun 12, 2012.

  1. DrGonzo2

    DrGonzo2 Newbie

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    Say you post on discussion boards or blogs and want to measure the visits you get from there to your site.

    One way is to use Google Analytics and filter by referrals. But what if you have several hundred posts?

    Is there a bulk upload or other software for this issue?
     
  2. ionutcib

    ionutcib Junior Member

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    You can try "pretty link" wordpress plugin to solve this issue(in case you have a wordpress blog) and you can track specific links you create with this plugin.
     
  3. murhpyy

    murhpyy Newbie

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    I use PWIK. Also using a blog statistic tracking tool, you can learn who is visiting your blog, what pages and posts they're looking at and how long they're staying on your blog. By analyzing your blog stats, you can determine where your promotion efforts are working, so you know where to increase your efforts and where to decrease your efforts. However, before you can make sense of your blog stats, you have to understand the terminology used by blog stat trackers.