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June 25th in Wordpress Plugins by .

All savvy webmasters know the importance of keeping an eye on their traffic and Analytics account to plan future campaign, discover new ways to drive traffic, and find problem areas. Analytics Dashboard for WordPress is one of many plugins you can use to keep up with your stats easily. It lets you monitor posts and comments statistics.

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January 29th in Wordpress Plugins by .

People who run serious websites or stores know the importance of using professional analytics suites to better understand their audience. Google Analytics can already tell you a lot about your visitors. Plugins such as Wolive can also help. It is a visitor tracking script that helps you understand what your visitors want in real-time.

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May 16th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Google Analytics is being utilized by many webmasters for traffic and lead analysis. It is not the only useful analytics package around though. If you are looking for a free and open source web analytics app, you should give Piwik a look. Thanks to these Piwik plugins, you can integrate Piwik with WordPress faster:

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WP-Piwik: adds Piwik stats to your WordPress dashboard. It also lets you add the tracking code to your website. [click to continue…]

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February 27th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Have you ever wanted to cover a live event like so many top sites covering various industries? Updating a single post every couple of minutes is not the best way to approach it. WPLiveDojo is a handy plugin that lets you cover live events in an interactive fashion. You will be able to add instant content updates to your website.

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November 7th in Plugin Lists, Wordpress Plugins by .

Many WordPress webmasters rely on Google Analytics to monitor and analyze their traffic. It is not the only analytics tool in town though. Clicky, Piwik, Woopra, and WebTrends analytics all have their own advantages. Installing these tools on your site is not that hard. These analytics plugin make your job even easier though:

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Clicky: a simple plugin that integrates the Clicky analytics service into your blog. You have the option to disable the use of cookies, ignore admins, and more. [click to continue…]

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October 29th in Wordpress Plugins by .

The world of SEO has changed a lot over the past couple of years. But you can still drive traffic from Google and other search engines if you keep your site optimized. You shouldn’t forget about top social networking sites though. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest can all drive a ton of traffic to your website. You should track how often your posts are getting shared already to get a better idea how to optimize your content for social media. Social Metrics Tracker for WordPress is an interesting plugin that shows which of your posts are the most popular based on social media stats.

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May 3rd in Plugin Lists, Wordpress Plugins by .

Most webmasters I know have heard and used Google Analytics or something similar to it in the past. These tools make it easy to figure out where your site is and where your business is heading with the content marketing strategy you are pursuing. Tracking your daily hits is nice but you can do a whole lot more with your analytics software. Sites that have lots of videos embedded should track the performance of each. These video analytics plugins can help:

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VidAnalytic: a companion solution to Google Analytics that lets you track embedded video usage on your site for YouTube, Vimeo, and Dailymotion. [click to continue…]

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