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Best of the web is that it offers an incomparable level of monitoring of everything that happens on your site. To do so you must use one of the many solutions available in Web Analytics. The most popular of which is the free tool Google Analytics. After you have installed on your web site you can know how many people have visited your site, the frequency with which returned the content consumed during these visits, how they found your site, how many visits have been “converted” (bought some of his web site, he pointed to a newsletter or commented on a post on the blog) and much more. This information will allow you to see if the time spent developing your web site gives you the result you expect.

To install Google Analytics tracking on your site, I will have to:

Go to http://www.google.com/intl/es/analytics/ and click “Register now” “Log in with your Google account”, or create an if still tienePulsar “Register”, enter the URL of your web site and click “Continue” to enter your contact information, click “Continue” and then “Create an account” you will receive (more…)

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The last thing that you will need before being able to launch his blog is to choose a design / theme / template for it.

This is probably the most uncertain of creating a blog, as if you don’t have a taste for the design, you have little chance of acquiring it, at least in a short period of time. And remember that few of those who do not are aware of this themselves. So, if you don’t want to spend a fortune for a paid design or designer services yet, my main suggestion is that you choose a free template of the clean and simple design for his blog. So won’t have to worry about this at least until your blog grow big enough and perhaps even generate some income to pay for a proper redesign.

If you took my suggestion and chose WordPress as a blog platform, you will have a good chance of finding a free design template that look good. However, it will take a little time in this.

Review about 50 or 100, or even more, templates WordPress to get a sense of what is good and what is bad and then choose a clean template that is appropriate to the theme of your blog and does not seem (more…)