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What is Limiting Your Worldly View of Web Analytics?

Web Analytics - October 26th, 2009 by .

Avinash Kaushik of Occam’s Razor, one of the world’s leading experts in web analytics and author of one of my favorite web analytics books, “Web Analytics: An Hour a Day,”wrote an article called “Web Analytics Career Advice: Play In The Real World!” that is a slap in the face of everyone working on the web today.…


Woopra Dramatically Upgrades CDN Performance for Users

Woopra News - October 23rd, 2009 by .

At Woopra, we routinely perform assessments of our infrastructure in order to ensure that we are building our systems in a manner that will provide the highest performance for our members. A key element of the Woopra delivery model is our use of a system called a CDN, or Content Distribution Network.…


Woopra Now Open For Registrations – No Invite Necessary!

Woopra News - October 20th, 2009 by .

Hello to everyone out there in Woopra Land! We’ve been very busy lately listening to your suggestions and taking action on them! As a result I’m pleased to tell you that, Woopra is open for free registrations. No invite necessary…for now.…


Why the Real-Time Web Matters in Real Life

Using Woopra - October 13th, 2009 by .

You know what? Why is everyone treating “real-time” as if it’s something special? It’s not. It’s how I live my life, and I’m willing to put money on the fact that you do too. When I’m talking to a friend face-to-face I don’t say something and then wait for an hour (or a day) for a response.…


Woopra Officially Exits Beta

Woopra News - October 12th, 2009 by .

Well, the day has finally come. It simultaneously feels like its been both forever, and just yesterday, since we started developing Woopra. Today, I’m happy to announce the beginning of Woopra General Availability! Let’s talk a little about what that means.…


How to See Visitors from Woopra on Google Earth

Using Woopra - October 7th, 2009 by Elie Khoury.

One of the cool features of Woopra that was never documented is the KML server. Your Woopra on the desktop can serve KML files over http. We are using the port 9565 (WKML) to serve KML over http. All you have to do is to use the following url: http://<localhost>:9565/<> Let’s go over the setup step by step:…


How Many Stats Programs Do You Use?

Web Analytics - October 2nd, 2009 by .

@pratofundo tweeted that he runs four web analytics and stats programs on his site, including Woopra. While we understand that many of you want to run only Woopra, many people are using multiple analytics and web stats programs on their site for a variety of reasons.…


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