I would suggest 2 places to ask around. I'm sure someone at one of these forums can help:
Hey dude, this is a question that has definitely stumped a bunch of affiliate marketers I know, including myself. I spent about 6 to 9 months searching for something similar last year and came up just short. There are options out there, but like you I am not a coder and did not want a difficult to implement solution.
So you know what I did? I got one built for myself. I liked it so much that I decided to let others try it out. After about 40 beta testers' feedback and a few revisions, I decided it was actually good enough to sell.
I'll include the link to my original blog post and the official plug-in website below so you can read what others are saying about the PPC Keyword Tracker plug-in for WordPress. If you have any questions, please feel free to shoot an email to me.
I have put together a few than might interest you.
FloNo - Flow Know - Know the flow of your traffic.
VisiTrak - Visitor Tracking - I like this one the best.
SyTraffic or Sitrafik- Site Traffic
The creator of Twitter was recently on The Colbert Report (Thursday, April 2nd) and addressed that exact question.
He said his business plan was to capture the market and then implement a service-based revenue source such as premium-level accounts. The basic service will still be free, but there will be certain options which will only be available by paying a fee.
When asked what options, he said he didn't know yet. That phase was yet to go under development.
We've seen similar tactics with companies like Yahoo! who provide free email, but require a fee for premium services such as direct POP access, higher storage and mail size limits, or mail forwarding.
He said the new terms would go into effect once they had a certain number of registered users, although he didn't say what that number was.
He did mention that his investors are very patient people...
Financing from venture capitalists and investors
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