10 Little-Known Ways to See How Much Traffic a Website Gets - How To Make Money Online
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The main takeaway is that it gives you a line graph with values for the number of daily unique visitors and the sources. If a blog is trying to sell advertising space, they need to tell you exactly how many unique views and impressions your ad is going to get every month. I try to drop little, implementable internet tips in the posts I write to make it easier for people to take my advice.
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The main takeaway is that it gives you a line graph with values for the number of daily unique visitors and the sources. You can see the countries that your traffic comes from, top referring sites, the top destination sites (sites people visit after yours), display ads, audience interests, and up to 10 organic keywords with the free version. 4. Without a doubt, Ahrefs is one of the best tracking tools I have ever used! This software provides such a wealth of website traffic information. You can find out:New, lost and broken backlinks. Domains sending the most traffic to a site. Search engine rankings. How much traffic a search engine ranking is getting a site. Pages from a site getting the most traffic. You can compare website rankings vs competitors. And so, so much more Not only is Ahrefs great for tracking competitor websites, it's also a huge help when it comes to figuring out how to improve your own sites! five SE Ranking SE Ranking is somewhat similiar to SemRush and Ahrefs. They give you a great amount of detail about your competitors organic and paid traffic. They tell you how high your websites and your competitors websites are ranking and how many people are looking at that search term. A great tool, that seems to be growing in popularity. six YouTube or Vimeo Views If a website has a YouTube or Vimeo video embedded on the homepage, click to "Watch on YouTube. " If the video is public, both YouTube and Vimeo will show the view counts. Also check the upload date to estimate how many people view it per month. Just because the homepage Dollar Shave Club video has almost four million views doesn't mean that their site had four million views. But it gives you some idea of how much traffic they got in their first month. seven Blog Post Comments Another way to gauge the popularity of a blog is to look at how many comments it gets per post. With my sites, I've found that an average of one out of every two hundred readers leaves a comment. So a post with twenty non-Nicholas comments was viewed about 4,000 times. This changes with every post and every blog, but again, it gives you a general idea. eight Total Comment Counts Immediately after you comment on a WordPress blog, your browser redirects you to where your comment will show up. If you look at the URL, you'll see something that looks like this: The second half of the URL tells you that you left the 108,656th comment on. This number includes spam comments. Assume that 75-90% of the comments are spam and you can get an idea of how many comments a site has had since day one. nine Search for Interviews A large percentage of successful website owners do interviews, talking about how they built their site and what works for them. Often, they will share not only how much traffic they get, but also where it's coming from. In my experience, a lot of people are more open about sharing traffic stats then you would think. You see this not just in interviews but if you peruse through the archived articles on a blog, there's a good chance you'll stumble upon a "blog in review" or "traffic report" post. With those stats, you can start to figure out how much traffic the site is getting today. 10. Check "Advertise Here " Pages One of the most accurate way to figure out how much traffic a website gets is to go to their Advertising page. If a blog is trying to sell advertising space, they need to tell you exactly how many unique views and impressions your ad is going to get every month. 11. Bonus Resource - How Much Traffic a Website Gets Recently we have been checking out a relatively new website - for tracking how much traffic a website gets - There is a 'free' option which is pretty accurate in our opinion - but of course there is a paid option for more detailed insights. The Final Word Unless the owner of the website reveals exactly how much traffic they're getting, every other figure is a best guess. Most tools are surprisingly inaccurate when it comes to generating stats. They are good, however, for comparing yourself against others. Do you know of any other ways to figure out how much traffic a site gets? As always a great post Nicholas! I haven't tried Google Trends yet and I'm going to do that right now! These are really great tools to gauge where your website ranks and need to improve. Thanks for the article! " If you use Internet Explorer, switch to Chrome" This is the best phrase of this article Nic. Additionally, I would add Quantcast analytics. But that depends on the site, and if the owner decides to make it public or private. I'm glad you appreciated that, Servando. I try to drop little, implementable internet tips in the posts I write to make it easier for people to take my advice. Also, you'll always remember the person who convinced you to switch to Chrome;) I was looking at Quantcast and I wasn't impressed with their tool.
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