Calculating the visitor’s trends and planning a strategy in real-time is very important for every blogger who is looking forward to gaining advantage from quick traffic surges. This includes analyzing the user search patterns to post new articles or rewrite existing ones with new keywords. There are several tools like Google analytics, Alexa, Statcounter, etc. giving a clean idea for the webmaster about daily traffic on a website and the source of traffic. However, accessing these web applications for real-time results is tiresome. So here are a few specially designed widgets that we can embed in Blogger, WordPress or any other website or blog platform to trace the activity of online users.
Track online visitors on a website or blog using Feedjit:
Moving mouse over Google or any other listed search engine will reveal the search term. You can also opt to see the real-time traffic from the bottom portion of the widget. Another advantage of Feedjit is the Google backlinks. Analyze any medium-high traffic blog that is using Feedjit. You will see a couple Google backlinks from Feedjit pages.
Add Feedjit on a website :
Track online visitors on a website or blog using Whos.amung.us :
You can click on this widget to a new page, where there will be a list of current online users, their location on the website, country, movement, traffic heat map and many other maps based data patterns. Among. US widget dashboard also give access to detailed website statics on daily, weekly, monthly time frames.
Add Amung.us traffic widget to a website :
There is a pro version of both Feedjit and Among. US that lets you to hide the widget from blog users and track advanced traffic details.