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July 18, 2006



I use blogpatrol for stats, but Amazingcounters.com offers the counter readout in ASL. I couldn't pass that up.


Except I'm not happy with the way the info is all divided up where I can't put it together again. If anybody uses it and has somothing better, I'd like to know myself.


I've used sitemeter and statcounter. Loved the combination of the two...for free, I got a lot of info.

Switched to WordPress lately and many of the features don't work because they don't allow JavaScript or something. Uggh. I use a combo of sitemeter and the one inside WordPress.


I use "Extreme Tracking" For an example, you can check out the stats view for my blog here: http://extremetracking.com/open?login=slvrbtl (please don't mock my low stats ;) )

It's public, obviously -- but you can pay for more features and to make it private.

Doesn't typepad give you stats?


Nah, you'll be back up there in no time. I don't really use a hit counter, I just download my web stats once a month or so and view them with a program called Weblog Expert. It shows me unique IP's, pages requested, etc...

Chad Jarnagin

That sucks.. Sorry man.

I use Site Meter. I used to use Blog Patrol...I left b/c of shaddy service. Site Meter has had NO issues...yet.


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