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A few days ago I got my chance to help Daniele Lippi fix some bugs he had on his nice plugin. Something seemed not to work properly, but in the end Daniele managed to get the bug and fix it… Wait a minute, but who is Danile Lippi? Well, he is the guy behind Statpress. Actually he made it (and pretty well I dare say!). If you need a very reliable tool to monitor your blog’s visitors but you think that Google Analytics is too tricky to understand, while WordPress Stat is too simple to use, the only solution you have got is Statpress. I myself have it and I have to tell you that I am amazed by the way it is accurate, precise and…reliable. In fact, with Statpress not only you have the opportunity to monitor your visitors but you can also:

  • See your visitor’s trend (thanks to a graph) for 7,10,20,30,50 days.
  • See what posts your visitors read more.
  • See where you visitors come from, what OS, browser and IP they use.
  • See what keywords your visitors used and on what search engine they used them to reach your blog.
  • See what spiders crawl your blog.
  • See detailed lists about: last hits, last search term, last referrers, last agents and last pages.

But Statpress is more than this ( just in case all these features are not sufficient for you). With it you can also see a list of those browsers, operative systems, feeds, search engines which were used to surf or reach your blog. You can export all the data you want as a CVS file just in case you want to look at your statistics later. Of course there are other features and the list could go on and on. I just want to tell you that every time I login as administrator the first, the only thing I do, is to look at my statistics to see what is happening and what happened in my blog. If you are a blogger you know how important it is to have a complete vision of all the most important things that are happening in your blog and you also know how important it is to see and understand what your visitors are doing, what they read and what they hate about your blog. Having a complete visitors’ statistics (and much more) help you improve the blog and increase the number of the visitors themselves. Well, if you think in the same way I do then this plugin is for you. Download Statpress here. If you want some help ask me or visit Daniele Lippi forum here.




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4 Comments to “Statpress for WordPress”

  1. SFG_BKnight Says:

    Nice article, I am also running StatPress, and I, like you, am constantly checking my stats. I really enjoy all the info that it gives me. What I REALLY like is “the last referres”.

  2. Web Talk Says:

    Behaware of Statpress! In the end I had to uninstall it because it was giving me server issues causing slow queries and slowing the server down. In the end my hosting provider had to disable my account. Now I use Google Analytics which is more reliable!

  3. Juscelino M. Acevedo Says:

    I am also a fan of StatPress and have it installed on my blog. However, it is very confusing to me what the “real” number of visitors is and I cannot find the answer anywhere.

    For example, let’s say that StatPress reported 100 visitors for yesterday. Well, when I look at Google Analytics it will state a VERY lower number, such as 20.

    As much as I love StatPress, I really wish that I could understand its stats better.

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  4. iwebie Says:

    nice plugin here mate. Very useful


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