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My blogs stats show me all different things. I can see how many people viewed my blog per day, month or year.  I can see what posts people viewed. I can see who clicked my site or even linked to my blog. I can also see how many times a search engine has used one of my posts. For me the stats are more of an ego boost to see who has viewed what.

However, PR professionals can use site stats for even more of an advantage. The Clarihon Blog goes over some of these benefits.

  • Understand the purpose of the site before using the stats.
  • Do people look at lots of pages because they are lost or interested?
  • Are visitors getting to the pages you want them to look at?
  • Marketers can check on customer loyalty and use Google analytics.
  • You can customize your sites based on the number and demographics of viewers.
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achieving_balance

"Balance is not something you find. It is something you create. "

FLRunnerBoy

Husband, Father, & 5K Runner by Birth - 5:45 Miler - 1x 26.2'er by Curiosity - Hydration by Gatorade, Fuel by GU, Traction by Brooks - Team Orange & Black Attack. Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Lover & Hanson's ODP Junkie. This is my life as a Florida runner. (Ephesians 3:14,15)

Tell Me About Running

A Day In My Running Shoes

Running Sunflower

Living life one pair of running shoes at a time.

Travel Often Adventure Always

I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list - Susan Sontag

BananaRunning

I'm Bards. I'm moving ... and soon running crazy long and fast again.

Run David Run

Half-formed, mostly incoherent, totally random mid-run musings

theflexifoodie.wordpress.com/

Delicious plant-based, whole food recipes & my healthy living tips!

My Hiking Adventure

Preparing for the PCT!

Trail to Peak

SoCal Hiking | Adventure Travel | Gear Reviews

Flexitarian Filly

Food and marathon training of a flex-fueled racehorse running the 2016 Olympic Trials Marathon