Webometric Thoughts

January 4, 2009

Feedjit: Watching your visitors in real time

Filed under: Feedjit — admin @ 6:33 pm

If you ever scroll all the way down to the bottom of my blog’s over-cluttered side bar you will see a new widget from today: Feedjit. Whilst I have long been addicted to my Google Analytics it has always annoyed me that I can’t see the visitors in real time. As such I decided to give Feedjit a try after seeing it on Goodbye Wren’s post about a 150% baby.

Now I can just set my Feedjit page as my homepage, sit back, and watch no one turn up with far less effort. In fact the whole world can watch no one turn up on my blog.

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