[thelist] Web analytics server software - help!

Dan McCullough dan.mccullough at gmail.com
Wed Jan 18 13:34:47 CST 2006

Google is free and a very good one, I think they have reopened signup,
and yes it uses Urchin, but you don't pay for it unless you want the
Urchin software on your server.

On 1/18/06, Sales @ Lycosa <sales at lycosa.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi,
> I use WebCEO which is very good, but my client base is increasing, and
> the cost of reporting along with it. I am looking for server based
> analytics software to run on Linux/Apache, to free me from the
> constraints of 3rd party pricing.
> What do other people use or recommend? What should I avoid?
> I have looked at Google analytics, which uses Urchin, and Clicktracks,
> which (whilst expensive) seems excellent at face value. There seem to be
> hundreds of different solutions, all with different specifications and
> prices. I don't mind spending to achieve high quality, usable results
> that can generate profit readily.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Phil Parker
> phil.parker at lycosa.co.uk
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