How to Track Your Results in Your Business

by BJ on October 23, 2013

Hi, guys and gals!

This is BJ with your daily Internet marketing tip. Let me ask you something – how do you measure if you are successful? How do you measure if you had enough leads today? Do you know where you sales come from?

Today I want to talk about

How to Track Your Results in Your Business

Before I explain that, I hope it is clear to everyone in the Internet marketing business that you can't achieve success if you don't measure success. You can't know if you are doing good if you don't know whether you are getting enough leads. So tracking is not fun, but it is an essential business activity, and if you are serious about your business you have to do it.

Tracking and testing is very easy if you are a technical person because there is a bunch of software programs online which can do it for you. The tricky part is what to do if you are not really technical and you have no idea how to track your web traffic.

Well, as promised my daily tip:

Ask Customers Where They Have Found You

This is an easy and very doable tip even if you just know how to send an e-mail. Every time you get a sale or a subscription, just message your client and ask them where they heard about you, or how did they find your sales page.

In this way you can at least partially track your best traffic sources manually. Send an e-mail to all your customers, or why not even a free online survey to find out more details about their experience with your product.

Track your results to know what is going on in your business. If you don't know what is working, how can you focus on the most money making activities for your business?

Think about that.

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Talk to you soon,


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