ClickMeter - Review

Nowadays I simply can’t imagine how any net marketer could survive without a link tracking system, heck they can even take away my keyword tools and WordPress plug in's but seriously to promote a product in the “dark” to me is alike running a marathon with a blind fault. I recommend Clickmeter for link tracking for they're affordable and yes my favourite kind with a free alternative for those that's not convinced.

ClickMeter are a professional link tracking service that you can basically use to track everything that works on a link base like your web pages, email, Facebook and even sales pages. The program in addition to records visitor clicks from and within a website, providing real-time status, the IP, referring URL and unique clicks. ClickMeter also assist to prevent click fraud because it recognizes when clicks are from crawlers. Personally I like the fact that I could safely apply the links on my own websites and sales pages without concern about broken links or endless ugly URL’s showing up in the address bar, which makes up a good alternative for newbie’s or marketers with little link constructing experience.

I prefer to use Market Samurai to track links on my site’s and sales pages that has already turned out to work for me, merely because it's more convenient for me and everything is in one place, but I use ClickMeter just about each day for little tasks like testing a campaign, a link, or if I just need to track a link that I had created for a project outside from marketing. Before I had switched to Market Samurai I had use ClickMeter full-time for all my tracking and had never encountered any problems using them. The Pro version is complete with everything you need to track all of your links and get access to detailed statistics. There are a variety of ideas, tutorials and tools for marketers. I like the resources that's related to click marketing and the different ways to use clickmeter when running a campaign.

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adventures said...

Very good, I think I found the knowledge I needed.

Brother James said...

I thought Chris was very convincing.

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