It's about Time to add Woopra to WordPress.com

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  • #700750

    I would strongly encourage WordPress.com developers to add a module for Woopra would be a Huuuge Milestone. For some of us that wants to extend the Stats and have been with woopra.com for a long time (and don’t which to compromize their Page Rank after several years), should have at the Least (though many other modules have come to mind) is Woopra.

    I’m starting to see Woopra used at many sites (not wordpress.com) and is becoming a standard for Analytics.

    #700840

    and have been with “wordpress.com” for a long time

    #700841

    timethief
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    I was among the BETA testers for Woopra on my self hosted blog. It was such a resource hog that I dumped it.

    #701099

    What are you talking about?

    Give me proof on your site:
    http://code.google.com/appengine/articles/load_test.html

    Woopra is light and TimeThief (not sure how technical you are) but most of the processing is being done on the backend server at Woopra on your browser.

    After 6 years on WordPress it’s SOO ANNOYING not to put my favorite Analytics. A rather very famous, and widespread one too; Not even sure if it’s “the best Analytics out there”.

    WordPress Needs to get working on it as a Module, from what I know techically, should take ONE day to activate.

    #701100

    …most of the processing is being done on the backend server at Woopra NOT in your browser.

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