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Good Multi-Site Analytics platform?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by ed_banger, Mar 18, 2010.

  1. ed_banger

    ed_banger Newbie

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    One of the areas where I'd like to see some improvement within my network, is analytics.

    Currently, I've tried/used the following:

    Google Analytics
    Piwik
    Open Web Analytics
    Mint
    Statcounter
    and a couple others I don't remember the names of off the top of my head.

    I want to be able to track multiple websites(blogs) from one interface, and have a view that lists all my sites, with visitor counts and trends, as well as summarizes total traffic across the whole network.


    Currently, the solution I'm using is running a unique statcounter tracker on each blog, along with an OWA tracker. I use the statcounter to give me a list of all my blogs and show me the numbers per blog, and then use OWA to give me the sum total of all my blogs.


    I use Google Analytics on a bunch of my blogs as well, but I find the GA interface clunky, and always defaulting to only 10 sites is very annoying.


    Can anyone recommend or have any experience with analytics systems that can do many domains, and show the results as a list (like statcounter and GA) but also provide aggregate data across all domains (like OWA)?


    (BTW, I'm tracking stats across hundreds of blogs on TLDs, AND hundreds(soon to be thousands)of free-hosted blogs on WPMU platforms.)