[thelist] Web Page Statistics

Christian Heilmann codepo8 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 22 17:03:06 CST 2007

> Can you send over recommendations for software that keeps track of how many times a web page is hit and by who?  I've heard of Web Trends, but I was wondering if there any better or cheaper ones out there?

There are free ones for the server side, like analog
(http://www.analog.cx/) or webalizer
(http://www.mrunix.net/webalizer/) and for in-depth analysis of your
hits statcounter (http://statcounter.com) is almost unbeatable.

If you want to spend some money, check mint (http://haveamint.com) or
really fancy stuff like mapsurface (http://www.mapsurface.com/ -try it
on my blog by hitting alt and x) or crazyegg


Chris Heilmann
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