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Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by dizz, Jan 6, 2010.

  1. dizz

    dizz Elite Member

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    Here are the top 50 as of Jan 2010 (aka this month.. :D)

    statcounter
    omniture
    crazyegg
    gostats
    visistat
    admob
    w3counter
    103bees
    mochibot
    auriq
    sitemeter
    chartbeat
    webtrends
    clicktale
    opentracker . net
    goingup
    shinystat
    enquisite
    blvdstatus
    clicktracks
    haveamint
    etracker
    bango
    iwebtrack
    firestats .cc
    logaholic
    analog .cx
    dc-storm
    nextstat
    fireclick
    openwebanalytics
    onestatfree
    visitorville
    metasun
    bbclone .de
    foviance
    mobilytics .net
    deep-software
    facilitatedigital
    glanceguide
    stuffedtracker
    blizzardtracker
    histats
    getclicky
    hitslink
    onestat
    atinternet
    visiblemeasure
    jawstats

    And any line without an extension is .com, but I don't feel like typing it alot...

    The only one on here that I have tried is getclicky, and I personally don't like it... It doesn't show the same stats as what my actual is... I'm not sure which of these would have free trials, are free, or just cost a lot, but I am also interested in hearing a little more about what you as other website people are using to track your stats.

    Thanks
     
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    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Wich one in this list are free?
     
  3. dizz

    dizz Elite Member

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    A few are free but just look to see what you like
     
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    Gotta love Google Analytics!
     
  5. dizz

    dizz Elite Member

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    this was the top fifty from a poll and i was surprised that google was left out.
     
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    Whats wrong with google analytics guys...seems pretty okay...
     
  7. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I use a payed account from Statcounter.

    Beside the stats, I like that Statcounter gives you a different ID number for every project/website.

    Your tracking code appears in your source.
    So with an identical code for every site it's easy for Google to link your sites together.

    Solution of course would be to open multiple free accounts from whatever tracker.
    Downside is that you would have to login for every site you have.
     
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  8. dizz

    dizz Elite Member

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    Thanks for the insite and i never said anything is wrong with google it just was not listed.
     
  9. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    A combination of analytics and my hosting account always works for me.

    IMO as long as you use the same analytics site/program then you can relate your stats to the days/weeks/months before and know its measured the same to know all of the changes. The only way to really go wrong is to mix it up and try to compare stats from one site to your stats on another site.
     
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    What, no Piwik?
    http://piwik.org/