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  1. #1
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    I use Webtrends Log Analyzer and am happy with that. It does offer path through site and length of visit.

    You can see it at: http://www.webtrends.com/site_downlo...oduct=standard

    They do allow a 14 day trial.

    Good Luck,
    Mark
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    My Favorite site of the day: http://www.survivorsucks.com

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    I am currently using Webalizer for tracking stats on my site but need something that gives more info...specifically the length of time a user spends on the site and the route they followed (entry page to exit page).
    Any recommendations (free or commercial progs).
    thanks



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    Onlineoffice.com

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    thank you, I will give it a whirl

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    Greg Buhr
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    www.Onlineoffice.com
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    I LOVE superstats! If you use the free version you have to use a banner but $19.95/month will give you banner free service.

    This is GREAT from a marketing standpoint. It tells you all the common things (unique hits, total hits, referrers, etc.) but they have some new stats: the site path (the order the people visit your pages), time they spend on pages, entry page, exit page, visit depth, and so so much more.

    Unless Web Trends has a different version I found it bad from a marketing standpoint because (correct me if I'm wrong) it totals up all the graphics on your page and adds that as a hit. For example, if you have 10 graphics on your homepage, when someone hits it, that is considered 11 hits (1 for the actual hit and 10 for the graphics) I know version 3 is like that but maybe they've changed that with version 4.


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    SuperStats also offers an iClick version that pays .10 per click-thru on their banner ads. It's at: http://v2.superstats.com

    The only problem I have with it right now is that it lumps a lot of my pages into the 'other' category. And I do have the counter code on every page via an include...

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    Yep Webtrends is very indepth, but costs...

    When I transfer from free space to a payed ISP I shall use this.....


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