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  1. #1
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    Are These Monthly Hits/Stats Good?

    Apologies if this is the wrong section to post this in, moderator please move if it's inappropriate.

    Anyway, I started a forum a year ago in May 2007 and these are the current stats:

    Threads: 25,238, Posts: 598,081, Members: 12,885

    Heres a picture of my monthly statistics in Google Analytics from April 1st 08 - May 1st 08. Are they good seeing as its only been around for just less than a year?

    http://image.bayimg.com/oajpoaabi.jpg

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    The stats are good, as long as you keep their tracking ga.js on all pages you serve.
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    Not bad. Urchin is pretty reliable when it comes to stats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cristibighea View Post
    The stats are good, as long as you keep their tracking ga.js on all pages you serve.
    Yea my tracking code is served on every page.

    Also how accurate is "Absolute Unique Visitors"?

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    I've moved this to SEO / SEM. While it doesn't relate to SEO directly, I'm hoping our resident gurus can comment on your traffic and help you increase it.

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    I guess I am struggling to understand the question.

    Are you asking if these numbers are good comparable to other forums like yours? The only one that could answer that is Google and your competitors.

    I know Google offers a new Benchmarking feature in Google Anlytics, but I doubt it validity. You can see the feature in your own screen shot.
    Jaan Kanellis | iNET Interactive

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