Ways To Monetize Your Site Logs

I'm a bustling person. I claim a few customary physical organizations, and I invest a great deal of energy on the web. Since a month ago I've been investing a great deal of energy chipping away at this blog and re-arranging myself on the Net. 

So every morning I let my four pooches out, get some espresso and toast a bagel, at that point run upstairs and get on my PC. Some days I should be out of the house at 9:00 AM to get some place, and some days I have only time. Whichever way there are three things I do each morning in the wake of investigating my messages. In the first place I go and present an article on five diverse article sites. This guarantees a constant flow of new one-path connects to this website is being delivered. 

At that point I go to my RSS peruser and jab around for some time on the discussions and blogs to perceive what is happening. I keep a scratch pad alongside my PC and record anything that I want to utilize later. At that point I get to the most fascinating and essential piece of the morning - I go to my awstats page. 

Awstats is a fundamental site log investigation program that accompanies most host accounts. I've generally thought about how precise the hit tallies and different numbers truly are, however that doesn't make a difference since I'm not searching for counts...I'm searching for patterns. 

Auditing and understanding your site activity logs can enable you to profit by fitting your site to address the issues of your guests. 

The primary spot I stop is my normal page checks by day of week. I've seen on AffiliateBlog that the activity begins off solid on Monday, works through Wednesday, at that point begins to trail off. There's a little spike Saturday morning, yet it's an exemplary chime bend generally. What does this mean? It implies that on the off chance that I have something that I believe will be generally welcomed I endeavor to distribute it on Sunday and complete my pinging for Monday. I've likewise seen that my RSS Feed subscribership takes after a similar example. This all bodes well, since individuals begin off the week solid and end it tired - including me. 

I breeze by the nations and note the banners since I believe it's cool. Next I stop at the segment that demonstrates the robots going by the site. I ensure every one of them have been there as of late (particularly Google), and I make a note on the off chance that it would appear that something isn't right. I as of late understood that one of the minor robots had never visited, so I went to the site and presented a posting. In case you're interested about every one of the robots out there, go to 

Robotstxt.com and investigate. Ensure the real robots on the rundown have visited your site in the most recent month. If not, you have to get them there. I've seen that MSN, Yahoo and Google (in a specific order) visit my site the most. You require customary robot visits to guarantee your most recent substance is filed and accessible to planned guests. 

Presently we get to the fun part - the rundown of the most-saw pages. This discloses to you which content individuals are most inspired by, and which content isn't generally measuring up. The most famous post on AffiliateBlog has been The Ten Top Paying Programs at Commission Junction This Week. Strangely, a comparative post about Shareasale is significantly more distant down the rundown, implying that individuals need to catch wind of best paying projects, yet they need to find out about Commission Junction too. I generally look for posts that move up the line quick, and I generally observe them to conceptualize another section that my guests may like. 

I get some web search tool activity however very little, so I look at the watchwords. According to a portion of the watchwords that show up there, this area isn't exceptionally exact. 

Still there? Okay...listen up. Here's the place you can truly increase your activity, discover a few countrymen to work with and get some astounding bits of knowledge into the brains of your guests. Move down to the area that demonstrates the outer sites that individuals are originating from. Understand...this is the place your guests saw something about you and tapped on it. 

Experience this whole rundown. I search for blog sites, sites, social bookmarking sites (like del.icio.us) and gatherings that have not showed up previously or have climbed quick. I tap on the connection and see where it leads. At that point I see the setting in which my website shows up. 

Similarly as I improve the situation individuals who trackback my blog (allude to it in their blog), I take after each connection, get an email address and send off a brisk email to the individual expressing gratitude toward them for setting aside the opportunity to say my site. Nothing extravagant - only a speedy thanks is fine. 

The reactions I get back are spectacular. I would state that a huge lion's share of them (80% most likely) are reacted to with shock that I would set aside the opportunity to recognize their activities. Yet, is there any valid reason why i wouldn't? In the event that somebody sets aside the opportunity to prescribe you the minimum you can do is recognize that proposal and be thankful for it. 

I cherish the site list since I discover some extremely fascinating things. For instance, my trackback to Google's blog when they purchased Writely was really recorded on the Google blog page and presented to me some activity. Furthermore, I was on the first page of del.icio.us for a little while...long enough to get a few hits that far as well. It's extremely intriguing, and it's extremely amusing to experience. Sigh...I am a dork. 

One final observation...I saw that the general population bookmarking my page floats between 7 - 10%, which isn't awful. My RSS channel list at Feedburner floats at about a similar range consistently, implying that a bigger number of individuals bookmark the site than agree to accept RSS channels. I've contemplated this all month, and I've chosen that an extensive lion's share of my guests don't utilize RSS frequently. That is the reason the new dark red box at the highest point of my blog pages has showed up today. I set up together an email variant of my RSS channel in process frame that I will make accessible week after week. 

So there's a huge amount of data out there in that log document - you simply need to go over it deliberately and think.

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