Discussion in 'Webmaster Discussion' started by Busarus, Jun 11, 2008.
Anyone tried it?
Have it installed at the moment but I haven't checked in to view the stats since I installed it. Will probably give it the look over again this weekend.
I've applied but am waiting to be approved ...
Not much use to me, as they only support WP
Another option is Piwik - Web analytics - Open source not quite as fancy, but the same idea. Not sure about the scalability of either, TBH.
I tested it last night and it seems to be cool. It doesn't seem to have as much data as google analytics, but it's cool that you can track visitors in real time, and you can even open a chat window to them.
That's easily done, but why don't they just say so?
That seems a bit creepy no?
I think I'd be afraid to return to a site if a chat window opened and the webmaster started talking to me.
haha, that would be hilarious though...
I've signed up. Seems you need an invitation code to get your sites automatically approved.
Those of you already using it - how long before your sites were enabled?
it took about 5 days for me
Both sites that I added have been approved, though I can't get the desktop app to work on Ubuntu
FYI it's installed on this site for the moment
/me wonders why so many requests back home, where, surely, 1 or 2 requests would do the same trick. It did slow page loading down on this request (but not, noticably, the other few page requests before this one)
I've more or less given up on Woopra
The desktop application will not install on either Mac OS X or on Linux, as it requires a more "up to date" version of Java than the one I have installed.
My Mac has the most up to date version available!!
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