Even when you are 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 using Google Analytics.
This video explains some excellent and simple ways you can use Google Analytics to see how your visitors are responding to your website and its individual pages – so that you can make improvements accordingly, find out which type of content is the most successful and increase it, or even drop out unsuccessful actions or content which gets little interest.
As you can probably see from watching the video, these techniques are applicable on a traditional static website as well as on a blog. They allow you to focus on the quality of your content and improve it. This will lead to more loyal visitors, repeat traffic, increased page views, and even better word of mouth. I think it’s well worth a few minutes per day or even per week to look into these stats and improve your blog or website accordingly. I hope you find it useful!