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Is Analytics Data Your Enemy Or Ally?

November 3, 2010 by Tommie · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Advertising Online, Advice, Site Analytics 

Well if you don’t know how to interpret your analytics data, it’s your worst enemy.

What the Gurus don’t tell you about traffic is how to interpret the massive amounts of data you should be collecting to help you convert that traffic.

Advantage: Guru

Now you’re left wondering:

“Why am I getting all this traffic and still not making any money?”

That’s when the Gurus are able to sell you some new bright shiny object that’s supposed to be the “magic bullet” solution.

The naked truth exposed:

It doesn’t take hordes of traffic to make a killing online.

All you need is a solid plan to get good quality traffic and the tools to determine how to turn that traffic into cash.

Not hard to accomplish.

Stay tuned for more on this matter soon.

I’m going to help you solve this piece of the puzzle.

If you are not on my email notifications list, you should fix that problem right now.

It’s easy, just send a blank email to list@tommiepowers.com and be
sure to check your email and confirm your request.

P.S. Leave comments below so I know what you will need me to help you with regarding this matter.

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