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Ka-ching! I know that you heard it, or at least visualized an old man pulling the lever of a late 1930's cash register when you looked at your March commission check.
If you did not hear this sound, or had the beautiful vision, I could help.
In this newsletter, we have included our best performing creative. Use the links provided and get them up on your site as soon as possible.
Also, we have improved the data feed (aka product catalogue). WHAT! (You say) YEAH! (I say). We have added larger images. Beside the standard images, you now have access to larger images to enhance the look of your site and, in turn, improve sale conversions.
Can it get better than this
..YEAH (I say again, but slower with a higher pitch). Look out for new creative that will be added soon and an amazing evolution that is sure to make the Mona Lisa look like wrapping material.
Get the top performing creative here, just copy the code below and integrate it with your webpage.
And text links
Site traffic and repeat visitors
The amount of unique visitors is of course the most important statistic to tell you who's visiting your site, but it tells only part of the story. Important is also the percentage of people who are actually returning, and hence become repeat visitors. If a site has only 10000 visitors, but 9000 are always coming back, it means your content is attractive enough to keep people there.
Page Views tell you what part of the content on your site is most popular. If a certain page is getting more views than others, it is an explicit sign which content is of more interest to your viewers. Page Views also tell you which pages are looked at when users just stop by.
The actual time spent on your site ( Stickiness )
Another important statistic is the time users spend on your site. Average time depends on the type of content as well, but if a visitor spends less than a minute on your site, it's safe to say the person is not enjoying his stay. If a visitor spends a lot of time on your site, however, this can also mean the person isn't finding what he or she is looking for, due to confusing content or layout for example. Site stickiness is an important and much discussed statistic, and can be interpreted in several ways.
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The BeckerSurf Team.
Reshall and Ryno