Web Site Reporting

Web site reporting… What to do?

Web site reporting… What to do?

Let’s see, I used to deal with WebTrends, though not by my choice – I hated it.
(Francisco Partners to Acquire WebTrends.) I know folks who looked at and tested using Urchin as well. (Google Agrees To Acquire Urchin.) Ah, there’s AWStats, as long as you don’t fall victim to any security issues

Personally, I’m still an old school guy, and do just fine with Analog. Are there other good options out there I don’t know about?

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I have used Webalizer for quite some time now, and it has worked great for what I’ve needed. The few times I’ve tried Awstats it does show some pretty flashy stats, still not perfect though.

Hmm, I think I did try out the full version NetTracker at some point. I didn’t know there was a free/lite version. Looks pretty nice, even if it’s not open-source. ;)

We use Urchin at $ORK — it’s quite nice if you’ve got a lot of log data to analyze and are looking for more sophisticated analysis than Analog can give you. (It does clicktrails, entry and exit page frequency, etc.)

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