As a writer and website creator one becomes very eager to see what kind of people reads your stuff and, how many they are and if they return after visiting the page once. In this blog-post I shall study three such tools to find the best one. The three tools I have chosen is One.coms internal statistics tool, the well known google analytics and wattpad, a community for writer. Naturally, a link to the latest chapter of jackalopes follows below.
One.coms internat statistics tool is a bit hard to read and not very wide in what it studies, but it is useful for seeing if people return after already having visited the site.
Wattpad is very usual for finding out if a reader reads more than the first chapter, which chapter was most liked and so on. The only thing I miss is a function to jump straight to unread comments, as note system is quite cluttered, making new ones easy to overlook.
Google analytics is well known but may be a bit confusing to implement to those that do not know anything about coding. For anybody knowing even a little bit about website making will find it very easy to use. Google analytics measures a lot of thing, but the most useful things not measured on the two other is age and country statistics.
And now for the links!