Google Analytics

The sources of traffic to a website are easily identifiable, since the services of analytical that most hosting services usually provide, as well as from the Google Analytics site. Understand and examine the sources of traffic is vital for work on the improvement of natural ranking, and decide what are the strategies that we face. Of Google Analytics destined an entire chapter to the unbundled end figures of visitors, whose observation will offer us a lot of valuable excellent information that we will indicate which mode we are visitors, how much time is spent on our site, and how many pages sail before you go. Then clicking on the link on the left traffic sources, we enter ipso facto to the page where it is exposed, first, in an axial graph, the amount of traffic, according to day, month or week, and just below that, two columns, detailing the main sources of traffic per site, per query (en (say, come to us looking for specific words or phrases). It is normal that Google represents the highest percentage of visitors to our site, as the fruit of our effort to better position ourselves in this search engine. Then come other traffic sources: the direct entry of our url (i.e.

those who write in the search bar our address directly, because they already know, or we have in Favorites), Bing and other engines of searches, reference sites like Linked in, etc. By clicking on each of these titles we can see more details of these revenues. If we click in the results of searches (Google, Yahoo!, Bing) engines, it detailed the queries that we have found. And it is here where buried treasure on our site. We have to ask ourselves, then, are we with the words with which we want to be identified? For example, if our star product is lacquer marine, how many people you are looking for information on lacquer marine us? have you found? If this total is very poor, because we need to then work in the further promotion of this keyword.