5 times more addictive than Cocaine and Crystal Meth combined.
It will occupy your mind and haunt your dreams as you long for another hit…
Trying to keep abreast of web2.0 social networking applications and sites meant that sooner or later I would have to fiddle with Facebook, twitter , twingly etc etc, however I was always under the impression that Facebook was something like MySpace which meant far too much lameness for me to handle, spam, blogs with auto playing music (of which 90% are bands that I can’t stand) I didn’t realise how far I was from the truth.
I’m still playing around with it but I am quite pleasantly surprised, its clean, its fun and its definitely not MySpace.
Only problem with it however as someone pointed out to me yesterday, is that it takes you 2 minutes to create a profile and log in, but takes you 4 hours to log out.
You know those little web based flash games that you just HAVE to play and can’t stop till you get to the next level? and even though you know that you have to stop and do some work you can’t? Just one more level?
Well Afrigator has become like that for me, half my day gets spent reading the lastest posts that are being aggregatored via the service. I’m not punting it because Justin gave me a cool shirt (ok maybe I am but that didn’t affect my judgement)
Besides having a very web2.0 look and feel, its simple to use and is not cluttered like some other (similar) services where you get lost trying to find your way around.
Bottom line, it’s a great site, trust me on that.
www.reinvigorate.net is still in Beta but man, so far I am so impressed!
It definitely falls within the realm of web 2.0 applications – one of the better ones I have seen.
To be honest, not everything they have is unique, but the fact that they display active sessions and allow these to show up in your reports is pretty impressive.
It’s also a very clean and retina friendly design.
I’ll mention some of the features that stood out to me.
Quick overview – allows you to see at a glance what’s happening with your site.
Configurable stats – Allows you to view your graphs in a linear fashion or line and bubble.
Visitor details – from browser, OS, user-agent, time zones and more.
Geo Tracking – Shows you using google maps where your visitors are from.
Additional user info – such as Language and region.
Search & Referrer information – shows you detailed information on visitors that have been referred by other sites or via search engines.
Detailed Pie Charts – Breakdown in a pie chart (or histogram) of Search Engines and the related keywords.
Site Path information – Shows popular paths, pages, as well as exit and entry points.
Detailed user activity tracking.
I had to borrow this screen shot from another site as my blog didn’t have enough information.
Visit Duration information.
Live Session Information – This is what got my attention. the fact that you can track what visitors are doing on your site right this very second.
Overall a very nice service. They are still in Beta so I suggest you go sign up and wait for a week or 2 to receive your login details.
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