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Sunday, January 21, 2007

Track Your Web Stats With RSS Feeds

There are a number of good, free web analytics packages out there like Google Analytics and Statcounter, but none of them offers the ability to keep track of your site statistics using RSS. The biggest benefit of RSS is that you don't need to log-in every time you want to check what's going on.

Clicky is a new web analytics tool that has recently added support for statistical RSS feeds. You can subscribe to four different, private RSS feeds. Feeds are available for your dashboard (shows visitors and pageviews for current day + last 2 days), last 30 visitors, last 30 incoming links (referers), and last 30 searches.

Another neat tool I found was the IP ignore list. You can use this to specify IP addresses that you don't want to count in your site stats. This is very useful if you don't want to count yourself when you visit your blog or site.

Steve Rubel points out that more cool features including a clone of the Digg Spy tool are coming.


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