It doesn’t hurt to get credit where credit is due. You could be losing some valid backlinks, if you use a service such as Feedburner to manage your RSS feeds. But that’s easy to fix.
Even if you’re not able to survey every one of your website visitors to ask them what they think of your site and how they reacted to the different pages, there is still a substantial amount of feedback you can obtain indirectly, through Google Analytics.
In my last post, I mentioned five simple ways to use Google Analytics to get to know your website better. If you want to get a better and more in-depth understanding of Google Analytics, or even get answers to specific questions you have, here are some free resources I can suggest.
If you haven’t started using Google Analytics on your website(s) or blogs, I highly highly recommend it. If you’ve set up an account but rarely look at it – I recommend you start looking.
One of the items I have begun to find helpful is a timer, which I use to actually keep track of how much time I spend, on what per day.