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Tracking your webstie :)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Jano Vaness, Nov 23, 2008.

  1. Jano Vaness

    Jano Vaness Junior Member

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    Hey guys,

    I would like to ask, besides google analistics, is there anything better I can use to track my site for traffic ect ect ?
     
  2. ddf1980

    ddf1980 Junior Member

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    try statcounter


    -message too shortttttttttttttttttttttttt-
     
  3. manudevil20

    manudevil20 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    There is a lot of them. I have used sitemeter before
     
  4. webmastr

    webmastr BANNED BANNED

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    A great server side solution for real time comprehensive monitoring is Mint, it's quick and pretty accurate. I use it on all of my sites. Just google mint nulled and it will show up...or you can buy it :)
     
  5. silvermario

    silvermario Regular Member

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    i Track with GA, awstats and webalizer because they give me different results. Google crazy egg, it's usefull and gives a lot of info about your visitors.
     
  6. blackhatttt

    blackhatttt Regular Member

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    You can also use Urchin to track your stats. It is a server side solution and is quite good in my opinion. The only downside is not every web host is offering this.
     
  7. tekg0r

    tekg0r Junior Member

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    urchin is now owned by google which poses some of the same issues as g analytics.

    awstats and webalizer are both quite good at this. It really depends on what exactly you are wanting to do with the package, your level of knowledge.
     
  8. izodos

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    you can use mvtracker.c0m and histats.c0m , both have real time stats
     
  9. twinkletoes

    twinkletoes Junior Member

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    sitemeter rocks.

    You can get ip's, computer types, what they clicked in on, what they left on, what keywords they used to find you, which search engine, and what color underwear the person was wearing when they were surfing.

    Ok, might have fibbed about the underwear, but the rest is all true.

    You can put it on all your sites under new accounts for each. You can opt to pay and have massive information saved - but only consider this if you have a couple thousand visitors a month.
     
  10. hamada_masrawy

    hamada_masrawy Newbie

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    lol twinkle toes about underwear part, that was funny. I am convinced about sitemeter now, i heard that statcounter was pretty good too.
     
  11. acp0rnstar

    acp0rnstar Junior Member

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    I use AWstats on one account and getclicky on another
     
  12. Sweetfunny

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    I use GetClicky, try the demo here it rocks:

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    Make sure you go to "Spy" where you can watching the traffic roll in live, you can also set goals such as a signup page, do campaigns, name visitors and track their movements around your site, track number of inbound/outbound clicks on links etc.
     
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  13. frostbyte

    frostbyte Registered Member

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    For those using awstats, recommend you check out jawstats at
    Code:
    http://www.jawstats.com
    
     
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