09 November 2009 16:07pm
I am looking for recommendations for server-based analytics software without adding anything to the code/content of the website. Something like Awstats.
Head of Ecommerce at Lovehoney
10 November 2009 08:36am
Hi there, it depends on what your budget is. You could go for something like Clicktracks, which just feeds in your web logs, and is quite cheap, or at the other end Tealeaf, which is insanely powerful but costs enough to bankrupt small countries.
Remember, if you're doing ecommerce, you'll need to have some code to pass the order value/contents to the analytics program, as Goal based tracking really isn't enough.
CEO at Incerta Internet Advertising and Information Technologies
07 December 2009 00:27am
You can try surf stats.
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Technical Project Manager (MBA, MBCS, CITP, CEng) at Naxtech.com
07 December 2009 12:08pm
..maybe Webalizer ?
Deniswww.naxtech.com - web development and online marketing
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