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GoingUp – Combines Web Analytics with SEO Tools

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With an AJAX-rich interface, GoingUp! combines powerful web-analytics with top notch SEO tools. Firstly, you can get a Complete WebSite Stats, check your visitors, referring URLs and even search engine traffic. Secondly, you can also Track Keyword Positions, see your SEO efforts by graphing keyword positions over time. Thirdly, you can set Actions & Goals, set custom tracking events to see sales, downloads and subscribes. Lastly, you can easily Customize Dashboard, Show only the data you want to see with the slick AJAX interface.

GoingUp! now lets you earn points while using the web analytics tracking as well. Soon, you’ll be able to use these points for premium services such as search engine promotion, keyword rank monitor and more. Plus, you can even turn your points into cash or prizes. Simply install the GoingUp! PHP tracking code on your site and your points will start to accumulate.

GoingUp Stats

Requirements: -
Demo: https://www.goingup.com/
License: License Free

15 Comments
  • http://jimneath.org Jim Neath

    My favourite bit is how the homepage is blatantly ripped off from Basecamp: http://www.basecamphq.com

  • Gav

    Damn Jim.. you are right?!? How messed up is that! Maybe someone should tell Basecamp!?!

  • DJBoca

    Not entirely free… if you wan the SEO and other tools to function fully, you have to pay. Still looks nice… Limiting the full functionality to PHP is a bummer… why not make it open so we can use asp or coldfusion?

  • Shaun

    Looks like it’d be cool, but lack of originality in the design (aka, stealing from basecamp) is quite a big turn off.

  • Gav

    I agree with Shaun.. makes you wonder what else they have stolen :-)

  • http://www.orango.nu Jens Mikkelsen

    HAHAHA… your god damn right :P

    But it sounds to me, its still a great tool that the guys are offering.

    I really like that I can track my keywords if they are going up or down the search engines.

  • http://www.krop.com/gustavs/ Gustavs

    What’s with the RSS feed? It’s showing up only 1 result for me.

  • Gav

    Same here.. maybe Goinup made it go down lol (man that was lame I know!)

  • John Mikov

    Checked it out… looks really cool.

    You can actually get the full service for free if your site generates enough “points” (i think its traffic based or something?)

    but it’s pretty in depth.

    It seems more advanced than any other tools I’ve used and it’s got more stuff in one place…..

    I dunno, I’m gonna give it a try this week and see what happens!

  • Marty

    I can see it has a similar style to BC, did they change it maybe? I think it’s a great tool, I’ve been using it for a couple months.

    IMO they are really not 100% done with it, a work in progress. They have been steadily adding things to it. The keywords tracking is nice, as is the other tools. I am hoping for more detailed reporting soon.

  • Aimsworth

    Jim, you’re right. I’ve never seen another site that uses horizontal sectioning before. I bet basecamp invented that style… they should sue.

  • http://www.orango.nu Jens Mikkelsen

    I cant get the php ranker to woork. The inbound connection doesnt pass.

    Any ideas?

  • http://www.coremetrics.com/solutions/web-analytics.php web analytics

    Thanks for sharing. Always looking to learn more on analytics and to apply it to the tool I use.

  • http://www.alltechdealsonline.com tech deals

    Great tool! Looks promising, I will give it a try!

  • http://www.nosaintshistory.com Phil Boyd

    I really liked it when I first joined, but after using it for about 3 months now, I’m less than impressed.
    For starters, it’s been acting up for the last couple of weeks. Half the time it isn’t even up. And when it has been up, it’s been very slow.
    One feature I always look for in an analytical app is the ability to see where traffic is coming from, like links that visitors have used to get to my site. Maybe I just missed it, but I don’t see that function anywhere.

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