The Chief Engineers website has received 5,365 hits in just 6-days of public
display according to a just released traffic analysis by Webtrends. The analysis
showed actual successful hits for the entire site of 22,398. After deducting
hits from Prairie Web Internet Marketing, the designers of the site, and the
webmaster, the final tally resulted in defining the more than 5, 000 hits from
Most amazing in this figure is that the CEA website was put on the Internet
for beta testing purposes, and no advertising or marketing of the website was
conducted. As a result, none of the hits obtained by the website came from Internet
search engines, but came as a direct result of viewers entering the CEA, URL
address directly into their browsers.
Additionally, the report indicates that the parts and supply section of the
site was the 6th most visited section of CEA site, indicating a substantial
interest by visitors to use the site for parts and supply references.
The Webtrends report is independently produced for the CEA site in order to
identify traffic patterns and areas of greatest interest within the website.
The information will be used by CEA to better understand the desires of visitors
so that the site can be constantly improved. In addition, advertisers on the
site will have an accurate, independent assessment of the value of their advertising
dollars by viewing the reports.
Based upon this early traffic analysis report, it is clear that the CEA has
well defined its audience on the World Wide Web and is bringing a desired product
to that audience. If you wish to view the traffic analysis report, you may do
so by clicking here: CEA Traffic Analysis
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