Here’s how to get your site analytics in the WordPress admin panel using an alternative to Google Analytics.
After removing the stranglehold of “big tech on my business and life, Google Analytics was one leftover I hadn’t yet replaced. But, now I have. Google Analytics is annoyingly complicated, and it isn’t the only game in town.
How do you decide which project or idea to work on first? What should you be spending your time on right now, given all that you have to do? This post gives a simple, numerical system to rank your to-do’s and determine what to do next.
Metrics are important to growing and managing your business, but if the numbers are hard to get or scattered then it is harder to use them. The best solution for me has been to create a one-stop dashboard.
If you really want to get a handle on predictably growing your blog, your traffic and your revenue… then this could be one of the most important posts you read all year.