Overview

What’s Blogtrack all about and why you should use it

During the beta phase the look & feel of Blogtrack might change. We want to work on your feedback as quickly as possible and therefore update and enrich the application frequently. You can reach out to us at anytime via email.

What is Blogtrack?

Blogtrack is a SaaS (Software as a Service) tool that lets you unlock the potential of your (tech, travel, fashion, etc.) blog. Without becoming a Google Analytics expert, you’ll see which articles are performing and which have lost page views at first glance. This helps to identify when it’s time to update existing content to make up for the lost visitors.

Furthermore, we’ll help you build a lasting blogging habit for sustainable and rewarding growth.

Blogtrack works with any blogging solution and requires no technical tweaks for your existing blog.

Why do I want it?

If you’re failing to build a lasting blogging habit or are overwhelmed with the complexity of analytics tools, we’ve got you covered.

  • What is it good for?: Establish a data-driven workflow to get inspired, build a blogging habit, and unlock the growth potential of your blog.

  • What is it not good for?: Blogtrack is not an SEO or keyword research tool. We’re helping you grow your audience based on your existing content and build a lasting blogging habit based on the Blogtrack workflow.

What do I need to get started?

You only need an existing blog with ideally some published articles to get started. The technology behind your blog doesn’t matter. It can be WordPress, a static site generator like Hugo or Jekyll, or just plain HTML files.

Next, you need a valid sitemap.xml for your blog that points to your articles (you need this anyway for the Google bots to find you). Last but not least, you need access to the Google Search Console data for your blog and should have configured either Google Analytics or Plausible for your blog.

Where should I go next?

  • Onboarding: Start growing your blog
  • Features: Get an overview about Blogtrack
  • FAQ: Quick answers around Blogtrack