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If you are a website owner you probably know how important is web analytics for a website, especially real-time analytics. The amung.us is a real-time traffic analytics widget for your website. It tells you (and your readers) how many people are currently on the website, what pages they’re reading, where in the world they’re coming from, and more. No registration required, just copy and paste the amung.us code to your website’s template file to start tracking your site visitors in real time.

That’s how amung.us will look on your website (this one is ours by the way).

Amung.us Features/Services
1. View a list of pages people are currently reading (incl. the number of readers on each page)

Number of people on each page

2. View how many people were simultaneously on your site, for any given month/day/hour

Amung.us- traffic details by hour

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3. Visualize current website visitors by geographical location

Visualize visitors by country

To get started just copy the following code to your blog/website template file.
<a href=”http://whos.amung.us/show/ng9qspzu”><img src=”http://whos.amung.us/widget/ng9qspzu.png” alt=”hit counter” width=”81? height=”29? border=”0? /></a>

While the widget and basic analytics are free, they offer more features with their Pro account. Pro account has no ads, invisible widget, custom dashboard, popular countries, no page view limits and other features.

Features

  • Track website visitors in real time
  • View a list of pages people are currently reading (including the number of readers on each page)
  • View how many people were simultaneously on your site, for any given month/day/hour
  • Visualize current website visitors by geographical location
  • Pinpoints the location for every one of live site visitors right down to their city
  • No registration needed. Simply inser the widget code in your website template

Check out Amung.us @ www.amung.us

  1. Jamesc
    August 26, 2009 at 8:13 am

    I have used this on my site many times and I love it. However, recently it has been wanting to install a copy paste tracker that my AV triggers every time I load a page with the widget on it. I have been using it on truebloodme.com for a while now and I would like to use it again. Can anyone recommend a fix for this or a substitute?

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