Sep 18 2008

What Stat Counter Do You Use For Your blog?

A new feature I am introducing is a poll on the sidebar. This is just to gauge the BAYB readers to see what they think about whatever question I post.

I suggested which stat tracker to use. Our pick is Statcounter, I have it on all of my blogs. What was most popular on the poll?

Poll Results

Out of 22 votes, Statcounter ended up being most popular. 36% use Statcounter for their stat tracking.

Our second choice was Google Analytics, which tied for second with Sitemeter at 22%.

13.6% chose all of the above, while 4.5% chose other.

It was surprising to see that 0% used Awstats as their primary stat tracker.

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  1. Hendry Lee said:

    For stat tracker, I use Google Analytics, but whatever works for you is the best. Although I can’t see a reason there is a web analytics service that is better than GA (and also available for free).

    Woopra may be, for some features.

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    September 19th, 2008 at 5:57 am
  2. Rob O. said:

    I use Google Analytics for stats, along with the Webalyzer stats that my host provides.

    I do have a Blogger-based (a.k.a. “Blogspot”) blog, but it’s hosted on my own space with my own domain name. Only downside to this is that I’m stuck using a “Blogger Classic” template instead of the newer layouts that offer all the gadgets & gizmos.

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    September 19th, 2008 at 7:17 am
  3. Jessi said:

    Wow, I figured Analytics would rank first, but I guess not. That’s what I use as my main one and I keep a couple others for balancing purposes.

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    September 22nd, 2008 at 8:20 am
  4. Dennis Edell said:

    I use Statcounter as well, love it!

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    September 25th, 2008 at 3:09 pm
  5. Minnesota Attorney said:

    I haven’t used Statcounter in years. Back then, it was just a simple counter. It seems like it has now developed into an analytics tool. Thanks for the tip. I’ll check out Statcounter.

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    October 27th, 2008 at 10:17 am
  6. Minnesota Attorney said:

    Thanks to your post, I just created an account at Statcounter. I love it. It isn’t quite as good as Google Analytics, but it’s a great alternative to Google, especially when you are tired of Google having access to all your information (gmail, analytics, web history, etc.). Thanks again.

    Minnesota Attorneys last blog post..Blog Law 101: Keeping Your Blog Legal

    October 27th, 2008 at 10:27 am

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