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Website tracking

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by semninja, May 13, 2009.

  1. semninja

    semninja Newbie

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    I need to track my visitors who click on my client websites. I've heard of "crazyegg" and I'm thinking of using their services. Any other alternatives?
     
  2. dealhunter

    dealhunter Regular Member

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    Google Analytics , Statcounter, many many more : )
     
  3. breakfree

    breakfree Registered Member

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    Please don't use Google analytics, use Statcounter, or Awstats, Gostats, or one of the other hundreds...
     
  4. onlinedispute

    onlinedispute Newbie

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    There are plenty of others that can do this and quite possibly more, this list is just a few out there. (even G's analytics has an overlay feature)

    Check out RobotReplay, ClickTale, TeaLeaf, Clicky (getclicky), Clickdensity, ClickHeat, FuseStats, Feng-Gui (even has FF plug!), Mint (aka haveamint) and Phpmyvisites (open source!)

    If you still need other options just let me know- and once you find something please reply so everyone will know what works best for you, if any.

    Enjoy!
     
  5. semninja

    semninja Newbie

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    Why shouldn't I use Google Analytics??

    I'm probably gonna go with Crazy Egg... $9 / month is pretty cheap for the basic
     
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    nossie Regular Member

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