How to track visitors that come from Facebook, Google+ or Twitter?

OnaDavney

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Hey Guys,

What are the best ways to track traffic and visitors that come directly from my Facebook, Google+ or Twitter??
 

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Use Google analytics. They have an option to see where your traffic are coming from. Cheers :)
 

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if you are looking for organic traffic then I would recommend you use Google analytics. Now if you are tracking an affiliate offer then I would recommend you cloak it with pritty link and then look at the stats of where the traffic is coming form.
 

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When it comes down to it - its all about clicking links which take you from A->B etc... Google analytics is okay but I would say combine that with tracking the links...

For that I would use either url shortners like bitly, tiny url or a self hosted solution (my preference) such as yourls... That way you can accurately track the referral traffic or exact source which is sometimes not picked up e.g. specific ads with using different links you can then see which one is performing best....

With this approach you get a greater granularity of details versus x amount of traffic from FB and that's it... How about X amount from this ad, Y amount from this post etc... That small difference can be massive when it comes to making money online...
 
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Google Analytics is the best way to track visitors from Facebook, Google+ or Twitter because it allows seeing the visitors where they come from, in the event that they draw in with your substance.
 

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Hey Luca :) I know about google analytics and that it shows the demographic location and browsers, operating systems used by the visitors but don't know about the option which let us see from which website or link traffic is coming, please tell me where i can check from which site traffic is coming. thanks
 

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I also ask about how can i track my visitors accurately before and other ppl recommend me to use more than two analytics application.
 

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Google Analytics > Acquisition > All Traffic > Channels > Social

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