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post Sep 6 2007, 08:01 PM
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hi luc,
we currently get to see how many people look at our journal each month, but is it possible to break that down to individual entries? and if visitors are registered with travlepod, then can we see their visit data?

also, if i go to an entry as a visitor (but already logged in), is that visit added to the main total? as that would obviously skew the results...

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post Sep 6 2007, 08:51 PM
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QUOTE(thellie @ Sep 6 2007, 08:01 PM) *

hi luc,
we currently get to see how many people look at our journal each month, but is it possible to break that down to individual entries? and if visitors are registered with travlepod, then can we see their visit data?

also, if i go to an entry as a visitor (but already logged in), is that visit added to the main total? as that would obviously skew the results...

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We're considering allowing members to track their blogs with sitemeter.com... you'd have to go register there, then come back to TP and paste a small peice of code. You'd then have access to a ton of stats on the sitemeter.com site.

Would this be something you think you'd be interested in or does this sounds to complicated?
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QUOTE(testskdlfjsdlkf @ Sep 7 2007, 01:51 AM) *

We're considering allowing members to track their blogs with sitemeter.com... you'd have to go register there, then come back to TP and paste a small peice of code. You'd then have access to a ton of stats on the sitemeter.com site.

Would this be something you think you'd be interested in or does this sounds to complicated?


yeah, interested, unless it works along the same lines as clustrmaps. registering, grabbing a piece of code and pasting in is easy enough, but clustrmaps was too fiddly and basically a pain in the ass - having to reregister to get code for each individual entry, and then you don't know exactly who has visited you - i want to know which of my friends who i email on every entry are reading it (or at least visiting the entry). i reckon it's possible to write some sort of 'if elseif' or 'switch' code into a single code which gives the relevant info for any entry visited, but i have no eye deer how complicated it would be.

but, as i said, if it's the same as clustrmaps, then nope, not interested.
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