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Free Tracker for simple site required?
Need to track visitors verses completed forms.
netnerd

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 2794 posted 6:21 pm on Nov 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

I have a widget site. On my site is a form selling widgets.

If a person enters my site and leaves, id like to know.

If he/she enters and fills out the form, id like to know too.

IF he/she is a bot,i dont want to take this statistic into account.

Is there an existing script/piece of free software that i can implement that will show me how many real visitors i get, and which ones fill out my form (so that i can estimate a conversion rate)?

 

RedWolf

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 2794 posted 8:34 pm on Nov 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

I have used AXS Visitor Tracking by Fluid Dynamics for several years for this. It is a free CGI script that will do what you need plus provide some other info. I've been looking at some other options such as iWebTrack that are supposed to be better at tracking conversions and other PPC things, but I haven't found anything yet that does what I want how I would like it withou costing several thousand dollars. I may write something myself that parses the AXS log and shows some reports since most of what I want is there anyway, just not how I want to see it.

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