Invitation to benchmark your blog

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2008/10/06 · 1 comment 5,482 views

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Why would you want to be an alpha tester – if your answer is yes go here: click here to register yourself now

So you want to be convinced? We could try by writing some fancy text. Instead how about asking you four questions that you should answer for yourself right here:

1) are you a blogger?

If your answer is yes, read on.

2) do you own or are responsible for a blog?

If the answer is yes, read on.

3) do you want to compare your performance against how well other bloggers are doing?

Probably your answer is yes. You want to see how you benchmark and rank against others.

4) want to see how your performance changes over certain periods?

Of course, you want to know how things change over time (e.g., first Quarter against fourth Quarter 2008).

Most importantly, how the First Quarter in 2009 is comparing to your First Quarter in 2008 you want to know.

How about a tool that visualizes these changes and compares things to your closest competitor? You can get it.

so what are you waiting for?

Answered yes to the questions listed above, go register and take us for a test-drive.

Just remember, we are still developing this tool and things are improving as you read this post – which means new services, tools and tricks added every other week it seems.

Nevertheless, start tracking your blog’s performance using this information to become more effective with your blogging efforts.

click here to register yourself now

By registering you can benchmark and compare your blog right away. Of course, alpha testing is free, what else.

Discover ComMetrics and take advantage of our risk-free option now, takes less than 5 minutes to start getting results.

  • Hamra

    I just registered, claimed my blog and look forward to see the trends.

    Entered my competitor’s blog as well to compare myself to him.

    He is doing better, at least for now but with this tool I hope to change this quickly.

    Thanks for offering this tool.

    PS. the charts are great, dashboard easy to use.

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