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ID Category Severity Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
0002092 [Squeak Website] www.squeak.org feature always 10-16-05 09:55 10-01-08 10:35
Reporter Darius Clarke View Status public  
Assigned To Darius Clarke
Priority normal Resolution open  
Status assigned  
Summary 0002092: Tracking web page traffic
Description Can we track which of www.squeak.org's pages get the most traffic and the order the pages are accessed so we can look for patterns of visitor needs where the site's organization can be improved?
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jacaetevha
10-18-05 19:46

This would be nice to have, but I am not convinced as to the benefit of it. In what way do you think we could benefit the visitor with this type of information? Change the order of the menu? Remove menu items?
 
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Darius Clarke
10-19-05 08:17

It could track the best way of several ways to reach the same page. Take my sample homepage. There is the menu. There are links embedded in the "What Next..." text. Knowing that they use the embedded links often could tell us they like to read. If no one uses the embedded links, that section might be useless. If no links below the top of the page are clicked, then the adage is true that visitors never page down and we may need to cram more info, like the hot links, higher on the page.

We could find out which projects or teams are most interesting and promote those higher in the navigation tree.

We haven't turned on the breadcrumbs. Maybe that might be more popular still saving more screen real estate.
 
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janko
10-01-08 10:35

New Aida/Scribo based website has now real-time statistics of visits and referals. Visits are counted for every page but currently shown just first page. See http://www.squeak.org/stat.html. [^]

Because visits are already counted we can add link to the stats for every page easily. For example the Download page: http://www.squeak.org/stat.html?url=/Download/ [^] So, shall we do that?
 

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
10-16-05 09:55 Darius Clarke New Issue
10-16-05 09:55 Darius Clarke Status new => assigned
10-16-05 09:55 Darius Clarke Assigned To  => jacaetevha
10-18-05 19:46 jacaetevha Note Added: 0002894
10-19-05 08:17 Darius Clarke Note Added: 0002900
10-20-05 18:36 jacaetevha Assigned To jacaetevha => Darius Clarke
02-13-06 18:46 MarcusDenker Project Squeak => Squeak Website
10-01-08 10:30 janko Issue Monitored: janko
10-01-08 10:35 janko Note Added: 0012716


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