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Piwik – Open source webanalytics

27 May 2008 by Joost de Valk » - 9 Comments

I got a tweet from @zjuul today, because he was modifying (and has since released a beta version) my Google Analytics plugin to work with Piwik. Piwik is an open source analytics tool, in it’s very early stages of development. I’ve been looking at it, installing it on this site, and so far, I like »

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Blog Metrics in WordPress

19 November 2007 by Joost de Valk » - 11 Comments

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Avinash Kaushik has done an excellent post about blog metrics today, most of the stats he showed off, like unique visitors, pageviews, subscribers, etc. are ones I’ve been using for quite a while. There were two new “metrics” that I hadn’t used as much up till now, raw author contribution and conversation rate. Of course »

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Using segmentation in Google Analytics for WordPress RSS readers

15 October 2007 by Joost de Valk » - 13 Comments

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One of the things I’ve been wanting to do for a while seems to be finally nearing completion. Google Analytics allows you to segment users into custom segments, and there’s one segment I’ve been aching for. I want to be able to segment RSS readers, to be able to see the different browsing behavior of »

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Google Analytics for WordPress: my latest plugin

14 September 2007 by Joost de Valk » - 18 Comments

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I just wanted to let you guys know that I’ve thrown the first version of my Google Analytics for WordPress plugin out there. You can download it from here, while you wait for me to write the page for it on this site! It automatically tracks outbound clicks from posts, comments, blogroll, it tracks downloads, »

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Stone Steps Webalizer

16 April 2006 by Joost de Valk » - 1 Comment

I’ve updated the SSW info a bit, will do more in the coming few days. Update: So I updated it a bit, and mailed the Stone Steps guys about it, and Andre from Stone Steps responded, very kindly telling me that you could also use a per domain css file, so i updated the info »

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