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  Brainstorm Content
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  Assessment Rubric
  Explore Examples
  Re-evaluate
  Storyboard
  Name Files/Folders
  Develop Your Site
  Page Layout
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  Add Graphics
  Credibility
  Bring Traffic
  Site Interaction
  Evaluate Your Site
  Deliver
  Announcing
  Who Is Visiting
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Designing Your School Web Site

Designing Your School Web Site

Discover Who Is Visiting Your Web Site
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Once you have given visitors time to visit your website, there are three ways that you can discover who is visiting your site.

1. Install software on your web server.

If you are managing your own web server, you can install software programs which will monitor the traffic that is accessing your web site. Here are some suggested programs that you can install:

AccessWatch
http://accesswatch.com/
WebTrends
http://www.webtrends.com/

2. Check the domain name of the visitors.

Once you know who is visiting your web site, you may have discovered a list of domain names or numbers which have accessed your web site. You can discover who owns these domain names or numbers by accessing CheckDomain web site and entering this information in their searchable database:

Check Domain
http://www.checkdomain.com/

3. Find out who is linking to your web pages.

Once you have announced your web pages to the world, you can discover who has created a link to your web site by typing in the web address of your web pages in any number of search engines. You may be amazed to discover who has added your resources to their web site!

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