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Coremetrics

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11:03 am on Jul 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hello everyone,

I`m lookoing for some tool to measure traffic on my company`s URL. I need tool, which could measure traffic and also track internet campaigns. My supervisor asked me to find out some info about coremetrics. Do you think that coremetrics is a good solution? Has anyone work with this tool. Do you have any demo? I wonder:
1. how many language version they have
2. do they offer any free trial to test it?
3. do they have geotargeting?
4. do they measure referrers?
5. do they show paths of visit?
6. do they show last visit`s details
7. Can they track campaigns

I saw their URL, but i couldn`t find answers for my questions.
Thanks for help

krulik

5:44 pm on Jul 26, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Coremetrics is a very powerful tool that can do anything you list and more. I've worked with it on extremely large commerce sites. It is superior at incorporating email lists into its data and producing sublists that are based on on-site behavior. It also has very detailed behavior segmenting ability (not the ability to discover segments, as in data mining, but the ability to implement a segment that you make up, for tracking).

It can also be very expensive. I never worked with a small installation of Coremetrics so can't say how it scales down. You should talk to one of their sales people. You should also, of course, check out the item on this forum that systematically describes quite a few packages. Of course, I can't remember which item it is ...

2:21 pm on Aug 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I am working with WebSideStory. I did look at Coremetrics and Omniture as well. Any of those three are very good solutions. Keep in mind that you are probably looking at $20,000 - $30,000 per year at a minimum.

You are not going to find a demo for any of these solutions. All of them are ASP vendors, and not software solutions.

-ThePhoenix

9:35 pm on Aug 18, 2006 (gmt 0)

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i use coremetrics. i've also used fireclick as well. both are pretty good. CM is built for retailers.