Of course, i am a little biased. We talked on server log analysis at MozCon in September. For people who want to find out more about it, here is a web link to a post on my own weblog with my deck and accompanying notes on my presentation and just what technical Search Engine Optimization things we need to examine in host logs. (My post also contains links to my business's informational material on open supply ELK Stack that Mike mentioned in this article how individuals can deploy it by themselves for server log analysis. We'd appreciate any feedback!)
Here is the url to that research: http://www.linkresearchtools.com/case-studies/11-t...
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