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Finding The Right Log Analyzer




By Sandy Baker

A log analyzer is an essential part of many websites. It basically tells you what is happening on your website. Do you want to know where your website's visitors go and what they do? If you are an ecommerce merchant it can be quite important to know which ads and which set ups the public likes and more importantly what they react to. But how can you find this information when you do not have a log analyzer? You can. So, take some time to purchase one!

Here is one of the reports that many log analyzers provide. They normally provide a report that tells you what paths visitors to your websites have taken. That means that it will tell you which page they arrived at and where they went form there. While that doesn't seem all that important, it will give you a good amount of information about your website that you can later use to expand or recreate it to be even more powerful. For example, if your log analyzer told you that nine out of ten people that visited your website saw your ad for bubble gum and clicked on it, then that ad was either very powerful in its message, located in the right location, or had the design and style to attract their attention enough to get them to click through. This is how you make money.

The good news is that these log analyzers can do much more than that as well. They can provide you with invaluable reports far more important than just that. In fact you can choose the log analyzers that fit your needs the best and purchase those. This will help you to incorporate the marketing tactics as well as the maintenance and effectiveness of your website so that you can make it just that much better. Log analyzers are powerful tools to count on.
 
 
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