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divengrabber
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Better way to track many sites?

Post by divengrabber »

What's the best way to track a network of sites i. e stats, traffic, etc?

I am using google analytics but it is taking a LONG time to put the code on each one.

Thanks!

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Post by rayter »

I’ve been using FireStats since I started my blog and find that their stats are really helpful. Try it out.

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Post by john_7654 »

I also want to try something new, so thanks for the information, rayter.
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Re: Better way to track many sites?

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divengrabber wrote:What's the best way to track a network of sites i. e stats, traffic, etc?

I am using google analytics but it is taking a LONG time to put the code on each one.

Thanks!
There are a lot like sitemeter, statcounter, etc.

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Post by mrandrei »

GoStats is also reliable. It provides web stats counter and traffic analysis.

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Post by keddy1 »

gostats gives you a good result on that.I too agree
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Post by Jectillplum »

Thanks for sharing analytic tool

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Post by Raphael25 »

:D hi i m using statcounter and its really good from my side...
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Post by Adele »

I would suggest you have to add Google analytic code on your website... yes if your website have many pages... then make sure check in which your website implemented there is many option available to add code soon.

Through Google analytics you can manage and check every thing.
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Post by KrazyG »

Google Analytics is a very good one. As well as Statcounter and Awstats...

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Post by seocornamedia »

There are many websites given online track to your websites, websites like sitemeter, statcounter, GoStats, web stats but my friends, google analytics is the best online tools for tracking websites. visits, bounce rate, visits pages, avg. on websites..and more options given by google anlaytics..
and there is no more time taking to implement of google code into the websites..

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Post by cecille20 »

Google Analytics provides a good traffic track. It determined a visitors where it comes. And I love their service.

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I agree that Google analytic is the best tool that tracks traffics.

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Post by Jennaa »

I agree. Google Analytic gives full information about your website traffic and it is easy to understand what is what.
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Post by medbook »

I also use Google Analytic.
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