Welcome to the third (and final) part of our series on tracking.
Here is part 1 and part 2 in case you missed anything.
Last week I had a reader ask why I bothered to dedicate multiple posts to a dry topic like tracking.
My email reply was simple:
“Tracking is important because it shows where your business experiences growth. You can then use these metrics to get more traffic and make more money.”
Really, I can’t overemphasize the importance of tracking. This simple task identifies what’s working and what’s not. Do more of the successful activities and you’ll earn extra income. It’s really that simple!
Okay, that’s my sermon on tracking. Let’s continue where we left off. We’ve already covered ten different things to track in your Internet business. Now we’ll cover the last five: