In my last article, I have explained all about “Adding Google tracking script in website or blog“. As soon as you put the Google Tracking script on the pages of your website or blog, Google Analytic script start tracking every action of visitors coming on your website or blog. Remember, Google Analytic script will only track those pages on which you have placed the script. So, try adding the script on all pages which you want to monitor. you can avoid pages such as admin area or any other pages where you think user should not allowed to visit.
I strongly believe that there is only one life which we all get to live. There is nothing after this life. Whatever property you possess or whatever you will earn, that you can avail in this life only. There is no meaning of earning which you cannot spend in this life. Your unused earning is wasted thing for you. We always start our day like we have unlimited days left in our life. But who knows whichever is our last day. We always got twenty-four hours in our day but there are two days in our life which do not have complete twenty-four hours. These are our very first day and very last day of our life.
This is the world of information technologies, people are doing business all over the world, hence we need to communicate with the people belonging to different continents. Every country has its own customs, cultures, rules, regulation and standards of living. Similarly, there are some communication cultures, which sometimes create misunderstandings while people talking to each other’s overseas. No matter they are using same language like English, but still the native language cultures get mixed with the language, people using for communication overseas. I have observed few of such misunderstandings while talking to people belonging to overseas, which I am going to share with you in this article.
Its very important that you monitor your readers’ behavior on your blog. You need to have check what are the sources of your readers, from which region they belong to, how much time they are spending on your blog, what are the pages which visited most and which are the pages which are visited least. How much total traffic is there on your blog, what is the trend of people visiting your blog, what are their interests. There are many things which you need to track to run a blog. We can do this all with Google Analytics.
On of the challenging parts of having a blog is to maintain it. In my last articles you have read about setting up a new blog and hiring a technical team. So once you get your blog up on the internet, you need to start adding the contents in it. Getting a new content regularly is another challenging part. One have to be very regular, honest and creative for running a blog. I am sure there are many questions arising inside you, if you are thinking to have a successful blog then I am going to answer these questions for you.
In my last articles you have read how to purchase a domain name and hosting space and how to choose a content management system for your blog. Also, you have read what is a content management system and what are the major differences between WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. If you are a technical person and knows how to set up a CMS on server then you need not to worry about hiring a technical team for your blog, because you can do it yourself. But if you are not a technical person then you need to hire a technical team or freelancer for your help.
In my last article you have read about how to purchase a domain name and hosting space for your blog. Also, I have explained the difference between Windows server and Linux server. So now it comes the turn to choose a content management system (CMS). First of all, lets discuss what is a content management system? In old days when internet was very new, we have to put HTML pages on the server and those pages were accessible on internet. If you have to update any content, then you needed to hire a developer who can modify your changes and then reload the changes on the server. It was the only way to update your content. But later on, concept of database comes in market and content could be managed dynamically. In modern times many content management systems (CMS) are available, these CMS provide you an interface, from where you can modify your blog/website contents according to your need. The best thing is that these CMS are easy to use, user friendly and you need not to hire any developer unless you need any structural change.
In this article I am going to describe, how to choose a suitable domain name for your blog, I am also going to discuss what are the key factors which you need to take care of before you book a domain. First of all, I am going to explain what is a domain name and why you need it? A domain name is the unique address of your website or blog, which user will be using to access your website or blog on internet. What you do if you need to access Facebook or Gmail? You simply type www.facebook.com or www.gmail.com in your browser and it will take you on that web page. So www.facebook.com or www.gmail.com are the unique addresses here which take you to desired web pages. So here the domain name are Facebook and Gmail i.e. the word between www. and .com.
Both men and women have different points of view for most of the things in life. David Deida has explained it very well in his book – The way of superior man. This book is very helpful for the men to understand the points of view of women. Below I am writing the contents of the book and this will definitely help you to get the basic idea of the book. In the end of the article there is link to pdf of the book as well.
In my last article you have read how to select a domain name and what are the key points which you need to have in your mind before you select any domain for your brand new blog. So now you have the mind set to purchase a domain name and hosting space. There are many companies in the market which are offering hosting services. Most famous and reliable companies are: