Anyone who has ever run a web site or a blog has probably taken a look at analytics packages to see who is visiting. I’ve recently been working on a very exciting project with Telerik, developing an application to provide this valuable information to bloggers and content creators.
To get things started we decided to tackle some of the basics first by asking these few questions:
- “How many people are visiting my site?”
- “Which locations drive the most traffic to my site?”
- “What is my most popular content?”
- “Who are the people visiting my site?”
From these simple questions we were able to start the application and get the cool demo set up that we were showing at the Telerik booth during PDC 2009.
The application is based around answering these four fundamental questions which are used to present the information to the users.
Site Visit Information
Most Trafficked Portions
I had a great opportunity to speak with Todd Anglin about the project at PDC last month. My discussion of the Silverlight Web Analytics Application is available for viewing on Telerik TV. This demo of the application is a great way to see what we’re working on and give you an idea of what is coming soon.
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