Piwik open source web analytics

  • Thomas52

    Thomas52 - 2012-10-29

    If you have not yet tried Piwik, it gives interesting reports on your website visitors, your popular pages, the search engines keywords they used, etc. - here is a bit from my page:
    City … Unique visitors
    Milan, Tennessee, United States 2
    Unknown 3
    Los Angeles, California, United States 2
    Marysville, Washington, United States 1
    Sunnyvale, California, United States 2
    Corinth, Mississippi, United States 1
    Dayton, Ohio, United States 1
    Dorchester, Dorset, United Kingdom 1
    Durango, Colorado, United States 1
    El Cajon, California, United States 1
    Georgetown, Texas, United States 1
    Graniteville, South Carolina, United States 1
    Harrison, Maine, United States 1
    Jupiter, Florida, United States 1
    Le Passage, Aquitaine, France 1
    Littlestown, Pennsylvania, United States 1
    Madison, Alabama, United States 1
    Malmö, Skane Lan, Sweden 1
    Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom 1
    … and so on.
    See http://sourceforge.net/projects/piwik

  • Lester Caine

    Lester Caine - 2012-10-29

    I've been using a version of piwik ported to Firebird for some time. My customers are really enjoying the tracking data it produces and so I can totally agree …

  • Gerry Kroll

    Gerry Kroll - 2012-10-29

    I agree.  I'm using PIWIK on my PGV site, and it works just fine.

    The "SVN" (4.3.0) version has support for PIWIK.


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