Msg#: 3670991 posted 9:10 am on Jun 10, 2008 (gmt 0)
That is low, if it's too low depends on the site, I guess. If your targeted audience mostly does not use search engines and you generate traffic via other ways, it's normal. But in general, since your site is still relativly new, you will see an increase there. Where do the other 99.66% come from? links? typeins?
Google Analytics counts all hits, not just the ones generated by google serps.
Msg#: 3670991 posted 10:57 am on Jun 10, 2008 (gmt 0)
can't really say anything to the GA-issue since I don't use it and never have.
In 50 days 680 visitors sent by search engines is quite allright - but where does the rest come from? Are you sure you're not counting robots as visitors? Google, yahoo and msn might hit your site pretty hard and if you don't filter them, you'll have much higher visitor numbers than you actually do. Might be worth a check, though the outcome might be depressing ;)
Msg#: 3670991 posted 1:40 pm on Jun 10, 2008 (gmt 0)
Oh ok my mistake. I see when I click on the link Search Engines in GA it opens a detail page and shows traffic coming from other search engines too. So that figure 680 above is from all search engines combined.
I am getting traffic based on current news & event keywords like for instance Apple has recently announced iPhone 3G so I get traffic on this keyword.