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shephard7

How do you measure your website traffic?

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Guys,

Sorry for my off topic here. But I need your help somehow. I am looking for a website analysis tool. By using this tool I would like to measure my website traffic, who is info, hosting location, server, domain etc. Did anyone use this kind of tool yet? I'm looking for a free one. However, I searched a bit found few tools like this one {SPAM URL REMOVED}

But not sure how much effective is this. If you know better tool than this please suggest me. I will wait for your further reply. Thanks!!!

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I don't think there is anything that does what you want. You can use google analytics or the stats program in your control panel, if it has one, for some of the details. The View Counter addon will provide some of the other parts.

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Google Analytics provides a LOT of information.

 

Things like "who is" should not change over time, so not sure why you want to monitor it.

There are tools that monitor servers uptime, tthough

Rudolf

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My hosting account comes with lots of features including things like AWStats, which yours may have. I use this and also google analytics with google webmaster tools. Bing also does something similar.

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For analyzing the traffic of your website, use Google Analytic Tool.

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Hi

Buzzsumo - to check actively shared content and engagement values
Queue - presents possible performance metrics for your media campaign
Google Analytics - website traffic, most visited pages, who's your audience and much much more
Majestic SEO - for backlinks
SEO PowerSuite - covers rankings&backlink checks, on-page issues, link building
MOZ - all-in-one

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