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Which tool do you use for your website analysis?

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posted on Dec, 18 2016 @ 09:09 AM
Hello mate,

Sorry for my bit off topic start here. But I would like to get your positive feedback about a website analysis tool. Which tool do you use guys to know traffic dynamic, server location, website IP address tracking? For me I use this one If you would like to try for your website there is a process like-

Do you have any better option. If yes, please let me know. Thanks!

posted on Dec, 18 2016 @ 10:01 AM
a reply to: NathanB

Welcomel...Seems Im the first responder. Personally? I dont many of our 300,000 members do any kind of analysis, or in fact know what it is, or to what youre referring to.

But, Im sure 1 or 2 may respond to you. I havent a clue nor have ever considered the issue of it.

Good luck and Happy Holidays!

1st Responder (Really)
edit on 18-12-2016 by mysterioustranger because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 18 2016 @ 11:31 AM
I used GoogleAnalytics for years, all it cost me was a small token in the web home directory.
Mostly I was interested in server origins, page flows, worked great until they made some changes this year - Now it is much more difficult.

Just my two cents:
Whatever tool you will actually USE is the best tool (so go with your preference)
This is based on decades of trying to make 3rd party software live up to customers' expectations.
The BEST tool is the one that you will actually enjoy using - everything else is just "shelf-ware".

edit on 18-12-2016 by ganjoa because: spacing n' spellin'


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