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The Importance Of Tracking
By: David Davis
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    As many of you know, I only set up this blog recently. Four years of success, failure and testing.This allows me to offer some advice to anyone starting out that I wish I had when I was starting out in the online business world. Today, I am going to discuss one of the MAJOR things I wish I had have paid attention to sooner. Site tracking and analysis.

    When you set up a website for the first time, it's always one of the last things you bother to take care of or put in place. Visitor tracking, no matter what your business is EXTREMELY important. It's always forgotten in the flood of excitement of finishing your site and launching it. You have worked hard on your site, your content, your design and your features. It's your baby and you want to let it fly. That's great. If, like me, you experiment, you just want to test the waters and see if you get any revenue from adsense, or make a sale (Or affiliate sale).

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