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Woopra: State of the Union for January 2009

Woopra News - January 24th, 2009 by .

Greetings fellow Wooprites! It’s been too long since my last State of the Union, and for that I apologize. Luckily for me, plenty of you are not shy about prodding for information and updates, and since we aims to please… here come a bunch of them!…

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Web Performance Issues Fixed

Woopra News - January 23rd, 2009 by .

As a follow up to Lorelle’s previous post, I wanted to report that we believe we’ve stabilized the Web services. Many of you may have noticed some periods of inaccessibility when accessing the Blog, Forums, or occasionally when trying to log into the client.…

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Apologies for Site Downtime

Woopra News - January 23rd, 2009 by .

We apologize for the site downtime. We’ve been finishing the migration of all our servers to new, faster servers, including moving our beta testing approval and website. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been a pain-free experience. We anticipated a smoother ride.
We will soon be finished with all the site and server maintenance and migration and Woopra will be better than ever.…

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Inman News Coverage of Woopra: Understanding Web Analytics

Web Analytics - January 22nd, 2009 by .

Inman News featured Woopra in “Who are they and what do they want?”
There’s more to Web analytics than holding a clicker and counting the number of people who come to your site and watching where they go.
Web analytics is about learning everything you can about your visitors, their intentions and needs.…

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What Benefit are Real-Time Live Statistics?

Using Woopra - January 21st, 2009 by .

Demonstrating Woopra recently at WordCamp Las Vegas, I was asked a great question:
What benefit can I really get from live, real-time stats?
While it is cool to see the activity on your website live and in real time, what good is it?…

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Woopra: By the Numbers Video

Using Woopra - January 20th, 2009 by .

Recently, I presented “By the Numbers” at WordCamp Las Vegas, covering web analytics and blog statistics. I spoke about web analytics, distracting statistics, and ripped apart some myths around the stats we love to watch.
I showcased Woopra, showing the audience how you can see what is happening on your website or blog right now.…

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Have Your Stats Been Hijacked?

Web Analytics - January 15th, 2009 by .

Vladimir Prelovac was having an analytically bad day with Google Analytics. According to them, he was getting 10 visitors a day from Google searches for “bioenergoterapia” – a word not found on his blog.
In “Google Analytics might have a problem,” he reported on the detective work that led him to a fascinating discovery.…

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Site Statistics Analysis: What Do The Numbers Mean to You?

Web Analytics - January 9th, 2009 by .

In a guest blog post on Problogger, “Statistical Analysis of a Blog’s Traffic” by Eric Rosenberg of The Israel Situation and Narrow Bridge Adventures, he talked about how he is a hobby blogger and MBA student trying to understand how all this works.…

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Talking Woopra at WordCamp Las Vegas

Woopra News - January 8th, 2009 by .

Live in Las Vegas? Coming to 2009 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show), the largest technology and electronics show in the world? Or will you be at the more exciting event, WordCamp Las Vegas at the Palace Station Hotel for the first WordCamp of 2009?…

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Woopra Co-Founder, Elie Khoury, Interview with Pushing-Pixels

Woopra News - January 8th, 2009 by .

John Pozadzides of One Man’s Blog spotlighted an interview with Woopra co-founder Elie El Khoury on PushingPixels.
The interview highlights Woopra’s development by Elie with Java Swing, the widget toolkit for Java. Swing is an API framework to create a graphical user interface (GUI) for Java programs, the key to making Woopra the “eye candy web analytic program” so many exclaim.…

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