How to check on your website traffic?
Below are one of the example on how to check on your website traffic like page views, clicks, visitors and more:
1. Google Analytics
Google Analytics allows you to track information including the number of visitors and page views, where visitors come from, how long they stay, what keywords they are using to find your site, and more!
To find out more information about Google Analytics and how to set it up, just go to this link: https://www.google.com/analytics
2. Web-Stat LIVE
It will work on YOUR site: Web-Stat can be installed on any web site, blog or profile. You do not need to know or understand HTML.Create a free trial and install in 5 minutes or less.
Easy to use, easy to understand: we will give you data that is clear, easy to understand and well organized. You can view it, print it, email it, or download it.
No more downtime: we will alert you via email and SMS if we detect that your site goes down so that you can take immediate action.
Geo-customization: Web-Stat will detect the geographical origin of your visitors and give you tools to customize your content accordingly.
Event tracking: Web-Stat allows you to track the paths visitors follow inside your web site, including the tracking of events such as downloads, or clicks to outside locations.
Personalized support: we will give you quick, personalized support if you require it. We can even help you install if necessary.
For more information, you can go to this link: www.web-stat.net
Global Web Traffic Estimates
Alexa is perhaps best known for the Alexa Rank - our website ranking system which tracks over 30 million websites worldwide. The Alexa Rank and other metrics allow site owners to benchmark their sites and give consumers, marketers and advertisers metrics to evaluate websites for media buying, partnerships, and other business opportunities.
Alexa's traffic estimates are based on a diverse sample of millions of worldwide internet users using thousands of different types of toolbars and add-ons for Google Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.
Tools and Metrics for Business Owners
Alexa helps small and medium sized businesses succeed on the web. Our tools help web site owners benchmark their site's performance against their competitors, generate more traffic, and optimize their websites.
We give site owners control over their data. Site owners can update or edit the public listing information for their site. They can certify their site metrics by installing an Alexa script on their site to get more accurate metrics and insights. And they can choose which metrics to make public and which should remain private.
Browser Extensions and Add-ons
Alexa's Toolbar Creator is a free service that allows site owners to create browser add-ons that engage their audience and help drive traffic back to their website. Tens of thousands of companies have created toolbars using the Alexa Toolbar Creator. The Alexa Toolbar was one of the first browser extensions ever created in 1998 and has been downloaded by millions of people.
For more info: www.alexa.com
The most powerful real-time analytics dashboard.
GoSquared's state-of-the-art analytics platform ensures you can spot traffic spikes and issues the instant they occur. GoSquared shows you what's happening on your site in real real-time.
For more information to this, go to this link: https://www.gosquared.com
5. FEEDJIT-Live Traffic Feed
Feedjit is based in Seattle, Washington and was founded in 2007. The Feedjit Live Traffic Feed is used by over a Million publishers. Some of the busiest sites on the Web today use Feedjit to show off their large volumes of traffic in real-time. Feedjit improves engagement and creates a live user experience. Check it on this link: www.feedjit.com
I am writing this, inorder for others to have an idea regarding on your website traffic.
You can join for free or buy their own premium packages in order to get more benefits from their products. You decide!
Furthermore, if you want to add one of these traffic feeds to your website, just go to this link...
I just provided a tutorial on one of these feeds here.