I did a lot of research on Google, and try to find the way to double the web traffic of this blog.
First post I read has 4 tips to double the traffic.
1) Mapping of meta tag
Find top 10 pages from Google Analytics backend. Improve meta description and remove meta keywords.
2) On page optimization
Choose one keyword for each of top 10 pages and improve the on page optimization.
3) Guest blogging
Do guest blogging on relevant industrial blogs.
4) Submit Sitemap/ RSS feed to Webmaster Tools
Add sitemap and rss feed in Google Webmaster center.
vi moz.com published on May 24th, 2012
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Just noticed that I have a Piwik installation to track one of my niche sites, www.aliveworksheet.com.
It is showing that Piwik 1.7.1 is here, go to upgrade.
OK, even I can not find the current version, I still go to Piwik official site to download the latest one.
The upgrade procedure is simple. Download, Unzip, Copy/Overwrite, Upgrade page.
Yes, when the upgrade page shows, I know the existing one is v1.5.1.
Let me record the major changes or updates from 1.5.1 to 1.7.1.
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I tried Woopra two years ago. It is
still not under beta any more, but very cool.
Now, it has free basic version and paid version. The desktop client panel is v1.4.
Look at the great interface.
The big yellow number 2 is the number of current audiend on my page. On the right panel, users information are displayed, including IP address, Country, pages viewed, Operation system, browser, how long he stayed.
The most cool stuff is the Live Dashboard.
From the screen shot above, you can see two live visitor.
The information is so clear. I can see following information:
- Where are they coming from?
- The navigation path: Referrer, lading page, outgoing page, etc.
- How long they stay on my blog?
- How many pages they visited? Which pages?
- Visiting history of this visitor.
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