Google Blog Compass-  Blog Stats on your tips

Google Blog Compass- Blog Stats on your tips

Finally, Google rolled out an app catering to the needs of bloggers. ‘Blog Compass’ is an Android app to access all blog statistics at one point. The app is exclusively designed for Indian Bloggers as a one-stop solution to access blog data. It tracks traffic, visitors information, comments, the presence of your blog on search engines and so on. Blog Compass even suggests you topics based on your interests and current trends.

‘Blog Compass’ is available for English and Hindi speaking users of India. WordPress.com and Blogger.com users can connect their accounts to the app and get started. The app will automatically update the blog traffic, comments, traffic sources and demographic information. Google Blog Compass also records the blogger’s post history and based on trends, it suggests personalised topics. This helps bloggers in making the right decision while posting content.

The app is currently in open beta and in the process of adding new features and fixing bugs on the basis of the feedback by new users. All are welcomed to help shape the future of the blogging app by sharing their views.

I’m one of the first few to download the app.

The app finds for me, the blog views, comments and topics based on my interests. It has a Learning Center where I can find SEO tips to optimize my content and promote the website. Connect with Google Analytics and Google.com will open innumerable options for you. ( Mine is pending though;)

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Tracking your blog’s statistics is a lot easier with Google Blog Compass. You can download the application and start your journey to be among Google’s top rankers.

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16 Comments

  1. Good to see that my blog is also listed in traffic source 🙂
    And I am surprised that the other sources are too many. What’s that? Not even from twitter? Maybe whatsapp?

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