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Woopra is the world's most comprehensive, information rich, easy to use, real-time Web tracking and analysis application. And it's free!
Woopra’s revolutionary server architecture, combined with its intuitively designed client software, enables seamless tracking of visitors. Webmasters can track over 40 different statistical events and analytics. Never before has so much information been instantaneously available to Webmasters. Most analytical and site statistics are updated once a day at the least, or several times during the day. With Woopra, you get live track of visitors coming and going and moving through your site. You get the stats now.
Woopra’s interface was designed to display information clearly and efficiently, without upsetting the balance between design and function. Links to data and various pageviews are easily recognized and accessed. As the program runs on your computer, there is no delays in the response time as comes with web-based programs. Woopra’s interface is designed to be flexible, with plans for future development of various color schemes and themes. The information is at your finger tips to access a wealth of statistics and data about your site and visitors.
Woopra creates a one-stop service for monitoring all your blogs and websites. Through the quick site tabs at the top of the Woopra panel, you have one-click access to your registered blogs.
Woopra enables websites with both “proactive” and “reactive” chat functionality. Webmasters can remotely initiate sessions with visitors, or embed “Click-to-Chat” buttons within a site to accept inbound requests. This breaks the virtual wall between visitor and webmaster. Customer service sites could offer personal service directly through the Woopra interface, with no installation of software by the visitor. Woopra breaks down the barriers of the static web.
In addition to the most comprehensive suite of Web statistics available, Woopra’s proprietary plugin technology appends real “known” user data from existing communities. Once a visitor leaves a comment or registers with the site, their on-site activities can be tracked, helping you learn more about how your loyal readers use your site. Event notifications can be created to notify the webmaster when a specific user or user type is visiting the site. WordPress, vBulletin, MediaWiki and other community site plugins allow simple tracking of registered users.
Streaming real-time Web statistics are useless without the ability to filter and act on specific variables. For this reason Woopra offers “on-demand” Custom Notifications with visual and auditory cues when pre-defined actions take place. Notifications can alert webmasters to specific users, IP addresses, search terms, languages, countries, browsers, specific pages, and more. Specific client visits, special events (sales or ad clicks), and other important actions become instantly actionable.
Installing Woopra is easy. There is a simple Woopra Installation Guide to assist the new user. Once installed, Woopra will alert the user of updates, feature improvements and changes, new plugins and tools, and Woopra news and resources through the Woopra panels. Woopra can be installed on any recent version of Windows, Mac, and Linux. Plugins to activate Woopra from within various blog, CMS, and website platforms currently include WordPress and vBulletin. Plugins for other platforms will soon be available.
More than merely a Web statistics and analytics service, Woopra is a robust platform with an API for advanced integration. Plugin and skinning capabilities ensure that ultimately Woopra will conform to user preferences instead of forcing users to adopt a standard. Woopra is developed for expandability and easy customization. Woopra is designed for the future of web analytics and site interaction.