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Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Pmetrics Returns

Performancing Metrics (PMetrics (aff)) has returned after dying an uncertain death months ago when they 'went under' for lack of funds. I'm glad to see they're back because they give you something that others just don't.

PMetrics Home
I use several different tracking programs, from analytics to mybloglog and none of them give me all that I want. I'm a stats junkie and I just can't help myself. So, I use them all in the hopes that I can get something different from each one.

So, I'm glad to see PMetrics back up and running because I enjoyed the previous version. I'm really glad to see this version is even better. The interface is clean and powerful, but even better it's running in real time. So, I can see what's happening almost instantaneously on my site.

They have several different stats to watch, but the unique ones (for me) is visitor tracking and spy. I like to see where each person is coming from and where they go from there. I want to know what you, the visitor, are interested in. I want to help you find it. If I can't help you, then you won't keep coming back. And PMetrics has helped me do that over the past two days.

PMetrics VisitorsAny 'action' you take is recorded while you are here. A lot of people are using the label 'walkthrough' for instance, which is fantastic. I'm excited to see people looking around at all the games I've reviewed and all the walkthroughs I've written. It's almost hypnotic to watch people do things using the spy category. Each action that occurs is written to this page. As I get two to three hundred visitors a day at the moment, something happens fairly often.

Anyways, more on PMetrics (aff). According to their site:

Performancing Metrics is available for FREE to all users with sites that average less than 1,000 page views per day, which is the vast majority of blogs and web sites out there. We also have a premium service that is required for sites with higher traffic levels, but, it also gives you access to a few of our very best features such as RSS and Spy. When you first register, you get a free 21 day trial of premium, after which you are downgraded to the free plan if you have not paid the extremely reasonable price of just $14.99/year. You can upgrade to premium at any time, before or after your trial ends. Simply go to this page to sign up.

The $14.99/year (or $1.99/month if you choose) covers any site that has up to 10,000 average daily page views, which is 99% of the sites that use our service. Sites with higher traffic levels are priced at $1 per year per one thousand daily average page views. Example: A site with 50,000 daily page views would be $50/year.

So, to make a long story short, they're back and I'm happy to say they're better. Take a look if you'd like. The links here are affiliate links, which means if you pay for the service, I'll get something back. But as they point out, most people won't need to pay.


  1. Anonymous3:47 PM

    Your affliate links appear to be down, as I get an HTTP 500 error when clicking on them. I'd like to try out those stats on my website.

  2. Austin, I think its an issue on their end. I'm guessing it's temporay, but I can't get to my stats at the moment.

  3. Looks like I was right. It was temporary. I can click on the links above now.