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Thread: How do you measure a site's success?

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    Inbound links, average time spent on the site, number of sign ups in the newselletter, number of comments to the articles, pageviews... But pageviews aren't really that important

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbongwe View Post
    But pageviews aren't really that important
    For Me, THEY ARE...

    I am worried about the Bounce rate...I want to reduce that...
    Search Engine Marketing India "With a Virtue of being Practical...!!!".
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    Pageviews are important if the goal is exposure. But if you want to take it to the next level, what should the viewer do once they are on the page? And how will you guide/entice them there?
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    HI friends
    Number Of Visitors (And Their Source) One of the key metrics to check is the number of visitors your site sees each month.
    Bounce Rate.
    Average Time On Page.
    CTA Click-Through Rate.
    Conversion Rate.
    Goal Progress.

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