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An External Website Monitoring Service Helps Protect Your Site by Alerting You to Problems ASAP 0

Posted on January 01, 2013 by Blog Design Journal

It is not enough to just build a beautiful site, you need to monitor it for security. An external Website Monitoring service can alert you via phone, sms and/or email if there is a problem.

It’s good security and need not be expensive. One monitoring service will give you up to five free website monitors with 5-minute monitoring intervals.

Tumblr Visitor Stats – How to Add Statcounter Visitor Counter Code to Tumblr blogs 0

Posted on February 19, 2010 by GuestBlogger
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Image by Andrew Wilkinson via Flickr

Sometimes its nice to know who’s been visiting your blog and where they came from, rather than just a numbers game – “i had so many visitors last week” etc. Making good use of visitor statistics can help you fine-tune copy and content if you’re a serious online marketeer.

And if you’re not, then there’s still nothing more satisfying than seeing daily visitor numbers rise week on week. If nothing else, it proves you’re doing something right.

Blogger and WordPress blog platforms make it really easy to quickly add stat programs like Google Analytics and StatCounter through their Admin User Panels. In Blogger’s case, you simply need to add a html/javascript gadget and copy and paste the StatCounter tracking code into it. It really is that simple.

However, when I came to add StatCounter stats to my Tumblr account, I found it rather more challenging. Read the rest of this entry →

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