Would you like to know exactly how many people view your blog on a daily basis? Are you curious to find out where these people are from so you may improve your efforts at marketing to reach out to them in a better manner? If so, then Google Analytics is for you. This is an ingenious way that has been developed in order to let you in on the basic stats: how people found out about your blog, where these people originate and exactly how long they stayed and viewed your pages.

If you really are serious in your efforts to build a highly profitable blog, then you will find Google Analytics to be very much useful in tracking your visitors. Of course, the first thing you need to do is to have an account with two places: Blogger.com and Google Analytics. After you have created accounts for both, then you need to log on to Analytics and then go to the Add Website Profile settings.

As soon as you enter the URL or the website address of your own blog, then you can click Finish. You will then be given an HTML code which you will need to append to your blog page as a way of making sure that Google can track all of your visitors. You should copy this code by pressing right click and highlight the entire code. Copy this code and then paste it on your blog.

Google Analytics is indeed a great and efficient way to maintain the stats on your blog!

When you search for a particular thing, you may want to try the Internet because it might be there. However, the challenge lies in getting the exact details that you want at the moment – which may be a bit difficult because of the sheer amount of information in the Internet. Google is a very well known and quite effective way of looking for the major links of any person or any phrase. When it comes to books, you can also use Google for this.

Of course, there are always book stores such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble, but Google Book Search offers so much more than just the title and the price of the book and where you can buy it. Using Google Book Search has proven to be a very handy way for many academicians and students alike. This is because this function allows them to actually browse the book itself instead of purchasing it.

Google Book Search is like having a copy of the actual book itself – right on your screen! You may scroll up and down to read the actual pages from the scanned book and even find the proper citations should you need it for referencing. Google Book Search, of course, is not a free online library of any kind of academic or reference research. Some books are incomplete and have a few pages missing.

This is also to encourage people to actually go out and buy the book itself. But for those who find the information they need from the pages that are allowed to be viewed on Google Book Search, you are probably counting your blessings that such a tool is available to you on the Internet.

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