A few months ago I launched a website. As of today or a little earlier it was averaging 10 unique visits a day and there is a rising trend. Thing is, I'm trying to figure how much of it is really people looking at the webpage and therefore evidence that I am doing something right. I know I get search indexers and SpamBots, and some of the visitors definitely seem to be real but its hard to read. Will there be a level of visitors when I'll know its mostly real people? Is there a better way to tell than that? Any insight would be really useful.

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A few months ago I launched a website. As of today or a little earlier it was averaging 10 unique visits a day and there is a rising trend. Thing is, I'm trying to figure how much of it is really people looking at the webpage and therefore evidence that I am doing something right. I know I get search indexers and SpamBots, and some of the visitors definitely seem to be real but its hard to read. Will there be a level of visitors when I'll know its mostly real people? Is there a better way to tell than that? Any insight would be really useful.

This blog has answer some of the questions you ask:

http://www.dailyblogtips.com/get-real-about-your-traffic/

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