Real-Time Users Online Tracking

January 25, 2008 · Posted in Site Info 

Real-Time Users Online

StumbleUpon is a really interesting application (or tool, if you would like to call it). Quite some time ago, I spoke about StumbleUpon driving some visitors to my sites. I thought that might just be somewhat a “mediterranean rain“; but I was surprised to see it coming back a few weeks later.

Interesting to catch some real-time statistics, I installed WP-UserOnline plugin on my WordPress blog, so that it is able to provide an approximation to the number of visitors that are currently browsing my site. In addition, bots and spiders are also traceable!

As you can see from the screen shot above, I do have an average of 6 unique users at every instance. Of course, that is not always the case; it depends on the time of the day. Sometimes, it might just only me myself. The maximum, since I installed yesterday, was 25! Gosh, that’s nice.

Once again, thanks to these two Panda sites – Part 1 and Part 2, I am able to get some people who adore pictures to come around.

Once again, thank you StumbleUpon!

Update: This is brilliant. The latest I have received is that the total number of visitors has grown to 31 at any particular instance.

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