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Does any one know how to track a blog post in other Fan Pages?I need to know what things I had done in order to repeat for other blog postBest regards
what do you mean by track a post – see how many people did something with it, or how many views is had?
Hi Marc. I mean how many did something with it.I know that that specific post had made me around 3000 visitors to my home page.But don’t know where they started. In order to engage with that fan pageThanks @richardmclaughlin
@bi2green I think this is where Google Analytics comes into play as you can track the source URL with it. I say this based on a post I used from a Twitter friend who said that none of my FB followers clicked on the link (even though 400+ saw the post).
@kc_kreative i found that in google analytics they said I have the incoming link from Facebook, but I don´t know wich Fan page is generating that amount of pages, I had found a post on a big Facebook page. I think from there it started.
The link is http://www.bi2green.com/alemania-bate-record-produciendo-22-gw-de-energia-solar-por-hora/
Thanks all for the support
@bi2green Good point. I’ll have to ask my Twitter buddy if he used GA to track my “lack to FB clicks” for the post of his information.
Can you use Google Alerts or another RSS, say NutshellMail, on the blog topic?Here are some (older) tools that I found: http://www.sitepoint.com/10-web-analytics-packages-for-tracking-your-visitors/
A Primer on Web Analytics
How to Track Your Blog Visitors
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