IN THIS CHAPTER
Monitoring your website traffic
Interpreting the records left on your web server
Using software to assemble reports on website usage
Implementing techniques to gain more information from your visitors
Asking your customers the right questions
Updating your website to correct or improve performance
After you build your website, your next step is to ask, “How can I make my site better?” Your initial version is rarely your current version. You create your site, watch how users interact with you, make changes, watch how users react to those changes, make more changes, watch some more, and then repeat the process. This process is ongoing as you evolve your site to meet the changing needs of your customers.
Analyzing your website can tell you a lot about your business that other metrics (measurements) — such as sales volume, ...