Where do my visitors come from?

time is precious.

a simple analysis of your own website and a reflection on it cannot ensure that the time you spend on marketing, as well as possible spent.

so it was also time for me to get the numbers (of 000. nl) to analyze. Those figures, of course, I can keep for myself, but it might also be interesting for you. I therefore share the.

< img title = "Google analytics visitors" alt = "where do my visitors come from?" src = "http://000.nl/web/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Google-analytics.png?4d996f" width = "599" height = "156"/>

  summary of the history of

I started with 000 000. nl .nl on 13 March 2011. Since then I have occasional worked on 000. en. Until January 2012 I am seriously working on 000. en and once a week I spend some attention to it. ¬†With the aim of: ‘ for an online marketing platform ‘. A place where interested parties (beginners, entrepreneurs and marketers) can go to learn more about

online marketing.

Ok enough with the ‘ historical ‘ Let’s go to the

figures go.

traffic sources I’ve looked at the sources of traffic. If you understand your own figures, you could see which marketing tools are most effective (in terms of yield and time). Of course strengthen the aspects each other (thus strengthened link building etc also the traffic that comes through the search engine and content do you need to what to have to link building). You can now see what link building strategies

take care of most visitors.

I’ve looked at the last month:

24 March to 24 april.< p style = "text-align: left;" > Google

< p style = "text-align: left;" align = "right" > 38,5%

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Direct traffic< p style = "text-align: left;" align = "right" > 19.4%

< p style = "text-align: left;" > Twitter

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15.7%< p style = "text-align: left;" > Linkedin

< p style = "text-align: left;" align = "right" > 9.4%

< p style = "text-align: left;" > Links

< p style = "text-align: left;" align = "right" > 7.3%

< p style = "text-align: left;" > guest blog

< p style = "text-align: left;" align = "right" > 5.4%

< p style = "text-align: left;" > Blog comments

< p style = "text-align: left;" align = "right" > 1.6%

< p style = "text-align: left;" > Google +

< p style = "text-align: left;" align = "right" > 0.3%

Striking I found the percentage from Linkedin, because I

there’s not much time to spent.Merged:

< img title = "visitors" alt = "where do my visitors come from?" src = "http://000.nl/web/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Bezoekers.png?4d996f" width = "330" height = "290"/>

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SEO < p style = "text-align: left;" align = "right" > 38,5%

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Direct traffic < p style = "text-align: left;" align = "right" > 19.4%

< p style = "text-align: left;" > Social media

< p style = "text-align: left;" > 25.4%

< p style = "text-align: left;" > Online visibility “Link building”

< p style = "text-align: left;" align = "right" > 14.3%

I am very satisfied with the

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