123LogAnalyzer
123LogAnalyzer
3.3

2.5

123LogAnalyzer free download for Mac

123LogAnalyzer

3.3
08 November 2008

Website visitor report generator.

Overview

123LogAnalyzer allows you to view your visitors' behavior in seconds. It empowers you to see:
  • how they browse your website
  • which pages are viewed and which are ignored
  • how long they spend on your site
  • where they come from
  • what works and what doesn't
  • new opportunities to attract more visitors/customers
  • if there is a significant shift in visitors' behavior
  • if someone is abusing your Web site
  • and more...

What's new in 123LogAnalyzer

Version 3.3:
  • Add Marketing Report, which helps you tracking, measuring and analyzing your online marketing campaign. It tells you "What is the current return on investment of your campaigns?", "How much traffic are your campaigns bringing and how many sales? ", and more.
  • Add Geographic Reports by US States and cities. (Additional database package needed)
  • Add Log File Exporting Feature. Now, when you choose any filter, you will have the option to export a smaller log file based on the filter. This is very useful when you are handling huge log files, you can strip off unwanted log information such as hits on gif and jpg files to reduce the log file size and increase the analyzing speed.
  • Add Authenticated Visitors Report.
  • Add more command line options, see unix installation guide for details.
  • Add more search engines, such as Search.ch, www.ilse.nl

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1 123LogAnalyzer Reviews

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Anonymous
24 June 2005

Most helpful

This works okay - but it's not great. It has bugs, spelling errors, and clunky interface quirks. eg. try to edit a filter and save the filter - crash. Or how about this: if you use the browse button to tell it where to save its output, you need to manually put a slash at the end of the URL the button generates. If you don't, it puts the report one level up, and appends the directory name to the beginning of each file. There are things I like about it; it makes nice HTML pages for me. But the quirks really irritate me. I want it to remember where my filters are. I want it to remember where my log files are. I want rule inclusions/exclusions to be clearer. I don't want it to crash. I want the spelling errors fixed. "Canel"?!?
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Version 3.1
Anonymous
24 June 2005
This works okay - but it's not great. It has bugs, spelling errors, and clunky interface quirks. eg. try to edit a filter and save the filter - crash. Or how about this: if you use the browse button to tell it where to save its output, you need to manually put a slash at the end of the URL the button generates. If you don't, it puts the report one level up, and appends the directory name to the beginning of each file. There are things I like about it; it makes nice HTML pages for me. But the quirks really irritate me. I want it to remember where my filters are. I want it to remember where my log files are. I want rule inclusions/exclusions to be clearer. I don't want it to crash. I want the spelling errors fixed. "Canel"?!?
Like
Version 3.1