When I started blogging in 2008, I never realized the importance of site stats apart from the fact it helps me in Ego boost by seeing some visitors on my blog. Later on I integrated 3 analytic systems: Google Analytics, WordPress.com Stats plugin, and Sitemeter. It’s been 4 years and now I have left sitemeter and I’m only using Google analytics and WordPress.com Stats plugin to check my blog stats. There are many similar web apps like Woopra, which you can consider, but nothing offers features like GA, which are free and very useful from usability and SEO perspective. But, if you are not very fond of GA, Site meter is a decent option to get stats about your visitors. What is Sitemeteter: Sitemeter is an analytic program for Bloggers and Webmasters to keep a track of visitors coming to your site. Sitemeter offers two version: Free and Premium. When I started using them, I was using the Free version which serves almost all the purpose apart from few limitations. Sitemeter … [Read more...] about Real Time Website Visitors Tracking
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Blogging passion comes only in those who have the will to write and share anything with the world, it is not a platform for the light-hearted and the ones who can’t share the secrets and feelings with anyone else. I have been blogging at techfreakblog for a year now and have been really engaged with it. Blogging has been a prominent part of my life and I am really happy that it is. Blogging is an excellent platform to improve as a complete human being and I will tell you the reasons later in this post. Benefits are largely infinite but if you take it as just a source of income then you might well end up messing it up. Blogging should be from your heart and not from your mind, eespecially with a set mind to earn. Knowledge To blog on any subject you need prior knowledge about it! So there could be two cases according to me Case1: You might be blogging on subject that you are expertise on , but to be frank there is no subject that anyone is a master of it. Science and technology is … [Read more...] about Do You Know the Real Time Benefits of Blogging?
Everyone loves to scoff at bloggers because from the outside, blogging seems like an easy job, although in reality it is anything but. There’s just so much that you have to do right from ideation to distribution of content: Plan, research, organize, write, design, share, and those are only the most obvious steps! This can quickly become overwhelming if you’re not working with the right tools. In this post, you will find 25 different tools that will help you do more in less time. From testing the effectiveness of your headlines to managing time to sourcing stunning images—these tools have got you covered. This free tool will analyze your headline to determine the Emotional Marketing Value (EMV) score. As you know, connecting with your customers in a deep and emotional way is a key to successful copywriting, and your headline is unquestionably the most important piece of copy you use to reach prospects. Your headline will be analyzed and scored based on the total … [Read more...] about 25 Blogging Tools to Help You Save Time, Work Better, and Get Things Done
Having been so caught up in the MMORPG genre, sometimes I find it relaxing to jump into browser strategy games like Throne: Kingdom at War. Over the past month, we’ve been sharing our thoughts and tips for players, like this beginner guide to Throne: Kingdom at War, which you should check out if you’re new. I wanted to re-visit my Kingdom at figure out if there’s any changes to what I think about the game a year after playing it. So let’s get this party started. For those who’ve never played it, Throne: Kingdom at War puts you in the shoes of a medieval lord, and as ruler you must build your kingdom, raise armies, defend and attack other players and win the economy to be successful. You can access the game via Plarium’s website or download the app on your phones for both iOS and Android. And right off the bat, I’m reminded why strategy games appeal to me. For new players, the most important thing about the game is to learn how everything … [Read more...] about Throne: Kingdom At War Revisited – Second Impressions
Second Life’s Fantasy Faire, a 10-day charity event to support Relay for Life, has been going full-swing since last week. Spanning 15 sims, each with its own theme, too many shops, and so much entertainment, there’s just a lot to see and do. You’ll find music, great avatars, writing discussions, role play – table top and virtual, both – and even a George R.R. Martin day. As of this moment, the event has raised over $22,000 in donations for the American Cancer Society. This event will last until Sunday, so there’s still lots of time to explore and donate! This is the 10th year of this annual event, but the first time I’ve actually attended. I was really blown away by the quality of everything I found there. Some of my favorite creators were supporting the event, and I even picked up this awesome Tiger Mod for my Bento Water Horse! One event that I was looking forward to was the annual quest. I’d heard about it, but didn’t know how it … [Read more...] about Second Life: Finding Gold at the Fantasy Faire (A RFL Event)