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FeedBurner’s Site Statistics Service is now Live

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FeedBurner has announced that its free site statistics service (called StandardStats) is now available.


This is what you get with the package:

  • Page summary, detail and trends
  • Referral and Search trends
  • Inbound referral traffic breakdown, grouped by domain and broken out in detail
  • Outbound click breakdown
  • Visitor city cloud and live geographic visitor detail
  • Percentage inbound traffic from search and the queries that drove the traffic
  • Percentage of visitors that are new to your site today
  • Browser and OS breakdown, with trend indicators
  • Detailed historical traffic by page and by date, and more
  • This is how you set it up:

    If you have already enabled FeedFlare for your site, good news: FeedBurner uses the same JavaScript for both FeedFlare and site stats tracking. All you need to do is go to the Analyze tab and check the “Track metrics for my site” checkbox on your StandardStats service (or TotalStats, our premium paid offering). Voila! You are now tracking site statistics and you should start seeing numbers coming into your site statistics dashboard in the next hour or so.

    If you are not yet running FeedFlare on your site, no worries. We’ll walk you through the setup process. From the Analyze tab, select the “track metrics for my site” checkbox in StandardStats or TotalStats (under “Services” in the menu on the left) and then save the service. You will then be prompted to select your blogging platform so we can give you the appropriate JavaScript code to drop into your site templates. Once the code is in place, you’ll start seeing your site tracking statistics reported within the hour.

    Coincidentally, Performancing has announced that it will stop supporting it’s own metrics tracking service and is now offering it to the open source community. Oh, and by the way, they have apparently come to their senses and the PayPerPost deal is off too. Geesh.


    Filed under: instabloke, blog, blog news, blogging, feedburner

    Written January 5th, 2007 by | Filed under: Miscellaneous Blog Tips, News

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