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If you haven’t already, take a free tutorial on http://www.Clicktracks.com/ about their product. I was very impressed with their simple but powerful product.

As web designers/developers most of you know that your clients don’t just want fancy design. They want to know that their web site is getting results. I haven’t found free web log tools that match paid tools like ClickTracks. Plus, the education that the company provides gives a great overview of how to think like a businessperson/marketer, not a mere designer.

Plus, if you master this sort of tool, you can earn terrific revenues serving as a business consultant to your clients while also redesigning their site to match your analyses and get even better results.

Why wouldn’t you become an expert in something so simple, powerful, and seemingly required?

P.S. If you have compared ClickTracks to other products, let us know what you have found.

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  • http://www.streamlinevisions.com JeremyL

    The new Urchin 6 solution (http://www.urchin.com)trumps anything ClickTracks does by far. It combines the visual aspect with funnel conversion statistics.

  • http://www.delyrical.com davidjmedlock

    I have to say, that Flash movie that you see on the home page is one of the best, clearest, simplest ways that I’ve seen any company describe what they do. I saw that and I knew right away exactly what the company does… Why can’t more people make things this simple?

  • http://www.developedsitesales.com Cutter

    If 6,600 people are using ClickTracks they sure are raking in some nice cash.

    Nice to hear the new Urchin stats works just as well. I’m still using v5, definately my favorite stats program.

  • Anonymous

    Oh, the price they charge! Does anyone know of any open source analytics programs like this? Even if they are not yet this complete?