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NuConomy: Next-gen web analytics

Web analytics is an increasingly important metric for web publishers. It used to just be about tracking how many visitors you get and how many pages they view. Technology has improved so that you can now track site entry points, popular keywords, specific post metrics, out-bound clicks, nationality of your visitors and more. The problem is, to actually get that data into something useful, you...

Mint web stats package updated, new outbound clicks plug-in

Shaun Inman's Mint quickly rose to the top of our list of web stats tracking tools as it offers a powerful, customizable interface and a rich plug-in architecture that has quite a following. After launching Mint v2 back in January of this year, Inman has been releasing minor .x version updates to address the usual bugs and other quirks, but a new Mint v2.12 release brings some minor new...

Dashalytics - A Mac OS X Widget

If you're creating websites, you'll probably know about Google Analytics, the once-expensive now-free web statistics service from the big G. Whilst you could, of course, log in to Google Analytics via the Analytics (recently-upgraded) website, it might seem like overkill to go to the hassle of logging in just to check visitor numbers. Thankfully, Mac users can rejoice because Dashalytics allows...

Optimize Mint web stats for both desktop browsers and your iPhone

Mint is a powerful, extensible web statistics package from Shaun Inman, web designer extraordinaire. With a wide array of plug-ins that can even incorporate stats from other services like FeedBurner, Mint is a one stop, self-installable shop for virtually any and all stats you will ever have to view for your site. In fact, one of Mint's strengths is that it can be customized to scale down...

Xinu lives on

Shortly after we discovered web statistics site Xinu, the developer's servers seem to have overloaded, because users reported that the site was unavailable. Well, it looks like Xinu's been resurrected. The developer has published the source code under a creative commons license and listed a series of mirrors where you can check out the service. The developer suggests that the code isn't...

Check web site stats with Xinu

Did you know that Google has indexed 18,800 pages for Download Squad? To be honest, neither did we. But that's the sort of information you can get from Xinu, a new web stats tracker. Just type a URL into Xinu and sit back while it compiles data from all the usual suspects plus a few unusual ones. You'll get the site's Technorati, Alexa, and Google details. but Xinu also grabs data from Yahoo!,...

Get your Mint stats via Growl

We're big fans of web stats packages, and Shaun Inman's powerful and flexible Mint is definitely near the top of our list. While Mint and its various plugins can watch all manner of web stats and there are even widgets to check some stats from the comforts of your desktop, Tyler Hall decided to go one step further and has built a pepper (i.e. - a plugin for Mint) simply titled php-Growl that can...

Google Analytics for everyone

Google has released its online analytics software to anyone that wants to use it to interact with their website. Google Analytics lets users track visitors, identify navigational issues, track keywords, and where visitors are coming from. Analytics will also tie into your Google AdWords account and let you know how visitors found your site, where they came from, how they were referred, and measure...

SlimStat - free web stats package

Back a couple of years ago, there was a really great (for its day) statistics package called ShortStat that was available for free for sites running on PHP / MySQL. ShortStat became extremely popular, and eventually evolved into a commercial statistics package called Mint. As such, development on ShortStat stopped. Luckily, Stephen Wettone also enjoyed using ShortStat and decided to build a...

Mint: Fresh web stats package

Shaun Inman has released Mint, a refreshing new web site statistics package that, if nothing else, is gogeous to look at. It costs $30 per site, which may be refreshingly cheap to some and alarmingly expensive to others, and requires PHP and MySQL to run on your server. Mint collects the data you'd expect, including unique visitors, most popular pages, browser stats, and referrers (for which it...