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Woopra Realtime Web Tracking & Analytics Tool

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Woopra is a web-tracking & analysis tool. It is mainly targeted for small to medium websites ranging from few hundreds up to tens of thousands of daily page views. Essentially, it is targeted for blogs interested in the most minuscule details of every single action. In addition, Woopra provides a precise real-time streaming of every single activity on the website. Woopra also features a clean interface, including many graphical visualization components, such as charts, maps, panels… Along with many other clean and advanced options that make Woopra an ideal solution for webmasters who desire to discern all the aspects of their website. Here are the main features of Woopra.

Live Tracking
Webmaster will be immediately updated with all the actions taking place on his website. Woopra makes tracking seamless with its inherent live technology.

Rich Interface
Woopra provides an intuitive interface to display complex data sets (such as maps, charts, etc…) , without discarding the balance between design and function, creating elegant data visualizations.

Activity Search
Woopra log shows you all the events on your website in chronological order, offering an outstanding tool to go back in time and identify all the actions that took place.

Instant Messaging
Woopra enables you to engage your visitors by starting a conversation with them; a friendly popup will appear on the web page to establish the chat. Also, Woopra provides your visitors with a special link on the page, to be able to start a conversation.

By putting valuable information around real-time data, Woopra provides an on-demand notification component highlight operational data and apply intelligence to make the data actionable and to spot special events.

Developer Tools
For developers and enthusiast users, Woopra provides a full featured API that allows extracting a website’s data into several common web 2.0 formats, making it useful for use within your own application.


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Demo: http://www.woopra.com/
License: License Free

  • m4c

    It would be better than Google Analitytcs? Next ‘wonderful’ tool for gathering information. No, thx!

  • It really looks nice, but I am waiting for two weeks now to het my pending websites approved.
    This app seems to be the next level analytics compared with re:invigorate.

  • @staxx Me too! They said they are doing some upgrades and should be done this week.

  • Same deal as Staxx. I heard about it via Lorelle and signed up right away, but I’m still waiting for verification. I also like re:invigorate with Snoop and use them in conjunction with Google Analytics, CrazyEgg and FeedBurner.

  • aj

    you are all not alone. it’s been 2 weeks now for my site and it hasn’t been approved. an email from them could have been nice.

  • I’m waiting for the approval of my site too. I signed up probably 3 to 4 weeks ago. If it’s going to take 6 weeks (which was on the add a site page) then count me out. Shouldn’t have to be an approval process, that should be done once the site is set-up and it checks for the script. If it doesn’t find it, then it obviously shuts off. I have yet to understand why they need to approve anything. :-|

  • rob

    whats the deal here? anyone actually been approved to beta test? id like to try it, but should i bother?

  • There site seems a bit broken at the moment with images missing and signup errors hope they can fix it so I can join the testing.

  • Wow, it looks really good. I hope they have some decent free plans when they officially launch.

  • I’ve been on the waiting list for some time now as well, and currently, their site has an upgrade splash which claims that the supposed improvements will be done in hours; the message has been up for 2 days. The service sounds neat, but they need to upgrade their infrastructure and get their act together; though, i guess this should be expected for the beta.

  • This actually looks neat. Although, their’s plenty of these scripts floating around now days.

  • I’m waiting for an approval since 2 months… does someone have an invitation code?

    Thankyou =)

  • hagcin

    it took about 2 weeks for me to get an account. Real time stats are really the strong point, stats by hour and day. Having all this information and the ability to chat has made me a little obsessive over my site, when I could be doing other things with my time like playing golf or something ;-)

  • Took me about a month to get an account and my website active, pretty neat, thought it is in beta testing and have some downfalls…..

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