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NEED Google Analytics Alternative THAT DOES NOT USE CODE THAT IS TRACKABLE

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by tony-raymondo, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    Thanks for reading my question:

    I love Google Analytics, but by their own admission, Google has stated that they MIGHT walk over to the Google Analytics deparment (in the future) and use their data to see which websites are owned be the same person:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/GoogleWebmasterHelp#p/u/105/d1isQG5ZoxM

    HENCE, I want to start moving away from Google Analytics.

    BUT, I need to be able to:

    Log in to ONE website and see ALL data for ALL my websites.
    Use a Javascript-based tracking system code snippet on each page (like Google Analytics) BUT the code snippet MUST NOT BE IDENTICAL.

    In other words, if I sign up for some Analytics company, and they say paste this on each page:

    JAVASCRIPT -- TONYRAYMONDO-Website #3832 -- END JAVASCRIPT

    Then obviously that's not good.

    Because then Google would be able to determine same-ness based on the identifier TONYRAYMONDO.

    No what I mean?

    Ideas?

    Thanks!
     
  2. origin

    origin Regular Member

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    Maybe quantcast dot com can be used.
     
  3. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    Do you know what method they use to do analytics?
     
  4. thestrangefruit

    thestrangefruit Regular Member

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    reinvigorate.com
    haveamint.com
    sitemeter
    off the top of my head...
     
  5. linkbarrett

    linkbarrett Newbie

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    I like Open Web Analytics. All the data is on your own server, and you can symlink the OWA directory to a subdirectory of each of your sites so there's no footprint (other than the fact that you're using OWA on all your sites).

    For my needs, which are pretty simple, OWA is even better than GA because it gives you an overview of all your sites. This is great for comparing and so forth.
     
  6. gragster

    gragster Regular Member

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    pwiki maybe?