|You're Being Followed
By Berkeley Robinson
You know what I hate? When I'm researching a product to write about and Amazon saves my search history. Then, for weeks, I get emails trying to encourage me to buy similar products. No, I don't want to buy a solar radio. No, I don't want to buy a $300 generator that has a radio in it.
It gets me to thinking though. What if writers could track what their readers are interested in and write articles based on that information?
Well, we can.
Take a look at your website or blog's stat information. Did a reader come from StumbleUpon or Digg? Follow that link back to the site and see what other articles that account has saved or shared. You may learn some valuable information about your readers.