Don’t just put in work and ignore your Website Statistics 

StatMyWeb:  Website Statistics Tool

The most common way to keep track of your Website Statistics is to use Google Analytics.  I do recommend that you set up a Google Analytics account and use it track the amount of traffic that you get, where it comes from, what keywords are used, how long they stay and what they look at.

There is a Shiny New Toy that I would like to tell you about that you can use to check all kinds of cool Website Statistics.  It is called StatMyWeb and it is FREE.

The website provides detailed stats about websites like – when it was created, where is it hosted, how much is it worth and where does it rank on the web. These detailed stats are displayed in both graphical and text formats. Besides this , there are also over 15 tools which help in specific analysis of the website. All this is provided for free in a clean and professional layout.

It is Super Easy to use.  Just enter the URL for your website or any website that you would like to Analyze:

StatMyWeb:  Easy Website Statistics

There are many different tools to Analyze your Website:

StatMyWeb:  Multiple Website Statistics Tools

Website Statistics Results are given in easy to understand Rankings, Maps, Graphs, and Charts:

StatMyWeb:  Easy to understand Website Statistics

 

Let me know if you find this Tool helpful by commenting below

By |2012-02-09T14:39:28+00:00February 10th, 2012|

About the Author:

Jason Fox - Real Estate Marketing Business: We build WordPress Real Estate Websites with IDX Me: #GoHawks, #BringBackTheSonics, #MaybeNextYearMariners, #ILoveMyKids #SeattleSunLover #SeattleWaterLover #BFF Blog: Focuses on Wordpress Websites, Content Management, SEO Services, SEM Campaigns, Social Media Marketing, Email Marketing, Beautiful Design, IDX, and more.

2 Comments

  1. Jim DeMichele February 12, 2012 at 4:12 am - Reply

    I found it to be very informative, concise, and transparent……great tool to use on my sales calls!

    • jason February 13, 2012 at 9:34 am - Reply

      Jim,
      Cool, glad I could help.

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