How to find out what your visitors need? If your website is focused on one narrow topic, the visitor’s intent is pretty obvious. But what if your website features multiple topics or one very broad topic? In that case, you would want to invest some time in researching Google Analytics (or your web analytics suite of choice) data. By looking into the search queries list, you’ll find which keyword phrases people use to find your website. While many phrases will be quite predictable, you still might be surprised with some results. Additional insight can be gained from readers’ comments on your blog posts and mentions of your website on Facebook and Twitter.

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Written by HeatherStone
745 days ago

Great post! In a way, what you're saying is what I've always believed..that content and affiliates work together..each supporting the other. But which is really first..I mean, should you write great content and then try to fit the affiliate link/product to the content, or the inverse, based on what your visitors are looking for? I suppose you can do both, but there's no doubt that it's a good idea to examine the analytics to see what your visitors are seeking. I'm going to archive this one for future use..Thanks for submitting to BizSugar!



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