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  • # January 7, 2009 at 9:02 pm

    Just curious… what web stats do you use? Anyone use anything besides Google Analytics?

    I’m giving Mint a shot (http://haveamint.com/) and I really like what I see so far, even if it did cost me $30. I like that it shows current data, and you don’t have to wait around for it like you do for Google Analytics (yes, I’m impatient. :roll: )

    As I said… anyone use anything other than Google Analytics that I should look at? I like statistics… even if they don’t mean much. :)

    # January 8, 2009 at 2:29 am
    "falkencreative" wrote:
    Just curious… what web stats do you use? Anyone use anything besides Google Analytics?

    I’m giving Mint a shot (http://haveamint.com/) and I really like what I see so far, even if it did cost me $30. I like that it shows current data, and you don’t have to wait around for it like you do for Google Analytics (yes, I’m impatient. :roll: )

    As I said… anyone use anything other than Google Analytics that I should look at? I like statistics… even if they don’t mean much. :)

    try http://www.statcounter.com/ it is free and has lots of information.

    Although I am trying the google thing, getting nothing as of yet

    Rob
    # January 8, 2009 at 4:58 am

    my main one is obviously Google Analytics… I have a statcounter.com account too – but I have also been beta testing the new Woopra stats.

    http://www.woopra.com/

    Woopra is great for live stats, it tells you how many people are currently on the site, and actually has a funkey feature to let you open a chat window with them.

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