Webstats can be a pretty boring thing to look at even if you are obsessed with your stats and traffic. Luckily, there are plenty of web analytic programs out there that have added a little spice to web statistics.
Many of these website analytic tools offer a free trial or online demo. This way you can test them out for yourself and see which one works best for you. I have been playing with Woopra and it is nothing short of amazing from a graphic standpoint. It doesn’t offer all the functions I need for an e-commerce site, but it sure is pretty and FREE!
Stuffed Tracker is a unique package of tools to gather your website statistics, analyze visitors behavior and ad campaign effectiveness, track sales, calculate conversions and ROI.
Woopraâ€™s revolutionary server architecture, combined with its intuitively designed client software, enables seamless tracking of visitors. Webmasters can track over 40 different statistical events and analytics. Never before has so much information been instantaneously available to Webmasters.
piwik is an open source (GPL license) web analytics software. It gives interesting reports on your website visitors, your popular pages, the search engines keywords they used, the language they speakâ€¦ and so much more.
Slimstat is a simple web stats analyzer based on ShortStat. You can thank WetTone for editing the ShortStat to code to give you a more drilled down look at stats and visitors.
Clicky is a web analyzer that works great with any web site, even Ajax and Flash sites. It was originally targeted towards smaller web sites and blogs because it tracks a high level of detail on every visitor, and these types of sites find this information very interesting.
Mint is an extensible, self-hosted web site analytics program. Its interface is an exercise in simplicity. Visits, referrers, popular pages and searches can all be taken in at a glance on Mint’s flexible dashboard.
ou shouldn’t need training to figure out your web stats program. W3Counter is your free, hosted website analytics solution for answering the key questions about your website: who’s your audience, how they find your site, and what interests them. There’s no installation, no configuration, and tracking starts as soon as you copy-and-paste a snippet of code into your website.
MochiBot is a Flash traffic monitoring tool (similar to a hit counter) that tracks the performance of individual Flash content files (SWFs) no matter where they end up on the web. If your SWF is on 5 different servers, then MochiBot will count the number of views that SWF got for all 5 servers. It’s perfect for tracking how viral your Flash content is.