Monitors the traffic from search engines and other sites. 

Doubles as an invisible visitor tracking system to determine the origin of sales.

Ask Us how to monitor the effectiveness of advertisements.

When listing on search engines and advertising on other sites all that you want to know are...
  • How many visits from that site ?
  • How many sales from those visits ?

Site*Tracker lets you have the above information easily and inexpensively !

Daily report in your mailbox and an interactive web interface to view for a date range.

Site*Tracker records the clicks and track visitors from third party sites

Site*Tracker Gives...
  • Referrer URL - Exact URL of the page that sent the visitor to your site.
  • Referred URL - The URL of your page being visited.
  • Number of visitors who found your site at major search engines
  • Search terms that led a visitor to your site
  • Helps relate a sale to a particular site that sent the visitor.
  • No reliance on site access log.
  • No special link on external site to track the visitor.
  • Tracks only selected pages.
  • Excludes own site referrals
  • Mails the report daily.

Why does anyone need it?

  • To be aware of the traffic to your site and daily fluctuations.
  • To learn which keywords to use for the most exposure at search engines
  • To know which site is sending quality customers to you.

It is a common mistake that after spending money and/or time advertising on other sites and search engines, most people do not bother to monitor their effectiveness. It is money down the drain if you do not do this. Unfortunately, it is painful and time-consuming to monitor traffic effectively. Site*Tracker will make a difference. Read on...

Why not use a logfile analyzer instead?

Though the logfile analyzers (e.g. WebGenie SiteSleuth) can provide statistics on the amount of traffic to your site, their use is very limited, time consuming and cumbersome. 

Such stats reports are also often filled with useless information. e.g. they all show how many hits to that GIF file, or how many hits from "freebieseekers.com". But, what you need to know is how many visitors, and from where, to your product page and order form. Also, did they make a purchase?

Now, how would it be like if the relevant information is delivered directly into your mailbox each day in a format that lets you see in an instant that a particular ad/site is performing well or traffic from there has gone down?

What you need to know is how many visitors from a site and, most importantly, how many sales to visitors from that site.

How do you do it?

An affiliate tracking system using a specific URL? - No way ! 
    - How many major search engines do you know that accept a tracking URL instead of your home page URL?
    - And, what about those sites that automatically spidered and listed your site?

So, what does Site*Tracker do differently?

  • Tracks the hits to designated pages without any special links on the external site. 

Site*Tracker adds a few lines of invisible code to the page on your site that is to be tracked. The page's appearance, functionality and download time are not affected by the added code.

It then records and presents the following in an easily readable table format...

  • Referrer URL - The exact URL of page that sent the visitor to your site.
  • Referred URL - The URL of your page being visited.
  • Number of visitors who found your site at major search engines
  • Search terms that led a visitor to your site

There is no need to submit any special URL to let Site Tracker do the job. The already existing links from third party sites will be monitored just as effectively as new ones.

Site* Tracker will show you links that you never knew existed !! It also makes you aware of daily fluctuations in traffic.

  • Site*Tracker also helps relate a sale to the site that sent the visitor to you in the first place. 

    Knowing that a number of sales come from a particular site/page is a very helpful information. You may want to continue ads on that site or increase the exposure on that site in other ways. 

    On the other hand, if an advertisement on which you spent so much time/money has not generated a single sale, then you need to know it quickly ! 

Beware that many search engines, directories and third party sites are making exaggerated claims about their reach and demography. Even if the report they provide on click-throughs are true (sometimes they are not!) it means nothing if no sale results from it.

Site*Tracker not only shows the number of clicks but gives that page/site's URL when and if the visitor places and online order.
 
(Note: A sale can only be related to the source which sent the visitor to your site if using a compatible order CGI, such as one made with WebGenie's  Shopping Cart Software or CGI*Star Software. If using third party order CGI on your server, we shall provide a plug-in CGI module or insert it as a custom job)

  • There is no need to submit any special URL to let Site Tracker do the job. The already existing links from third party sites will be monitored just as effectively as new ones.

What is the cost?

  • The software is free for 30 days !
  • It will create a CGI scripts to be resided on your server. 
  • The CGI scripts will record the clicks and lodge a cookie as described above.
  • If the purpose is only to track the sales, then it is all that is required (except, of course, a compatible online order CGI on the same server to retrieve the cookie)
  • Continued use beyond 30 days -  $39 (one-time license fee)
    This is only required if...
    • Intending to use the software to add/remove the site tracker code from pages. (Note: One can manually edit the pages to do the same)
    • Use the internal report access buttons to view the interactive reports. 
  • Monthly subscription fees for reports...
    This is required to receive reports via web interface or in your mailbox.
    • Standard: $9 per month. 
        - View/print report via a web-based interface. 
    • Professional: $14 per month. 
        - Mails a daily report in addition to the web-based interface. 
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