Wednesday, October 15, 2008

a little help from my friends

So me and Ursie over at Art Seen Asheville have a question. How do you track who visits your blog? How to you see where they came from, where they are going, what they searched for, and other such creepy surveillance information? We would like to creepily monitor our blogs, too. Please and thank you.
xo
jodi
my life in cake

7 comments:

shadmarsh said...

www.statcounter.com

thats what I use, it's free and easy to use, and probably has some advanced features for those with money, if you really feel like getting your big brother on.

Uptown Ruler said...

we use sitemeter at blogasheville; you can see it on the bottom of the page on the sidebar, click it!

zen said...

If you're interested in a huge number of stats but not necessarily the actual who (with maps and cool graphs and such) then the free google-analytics is great:

http://www.google.com/analytics/

liz said...

i also use sitemeter - it's free, easy, and works great!

Gordon Smith said...

Sitemeter.

Alternative - Google Analytics.

Gianna said...

I use sitemeter, statcounter and the stats that come with wordpress which is a bastardized version of google analytics...you can get the creepiest info (for free---I don't pay for anything) from statcounter...

you can put in people's IP's and label them and see exactly where they go and what posts they read...

as far as I know you can't do that with the others...

Short Street Cakes said...

thanks yall! I'll get right on it.