by michal-frackowiak on 13 Jan 2012 13:34

Running a site is a tough thing. We know it. It requires a combination of skills, charisma and determination. The more effort we put into our sites the more we want to measure the success. For wikis, a simple measure is engagement of your users — new members, page edits or forum posts. On the other hand many visitors do not leave visible contributions — in the end we also want to know how many page views and visitors a site has, and how people get to our site.

For quite a while Wikidot has been offering web statistics and analysis for Pro and Pro Plus sites. Today we would like to offer the same tools to all Pro Lite sites and shorten the update interval, moving the stats closer to real-time.