Posts Tagged ‘webstats catalogue’

New ranking on the webstats catalogues

Tuesday June 23rd, 2009

Motigo has re-arranged the top lists of the webstats catalogue. Up to now, the ranking was based on the daily number of Page Views of a website. Starting from now, the ranking will be based of the number of daily Visits instead (you can find this value on your statistic page under “Visits”). Why did we do it? We consider this to be a much fairer basis for the ranking, since the number of visitors of a website is hard to manipulate and so we hope to have a fairer website ranking for all users.

Page Views and Visits

Page Views and Visits

Page Views and Visits – what is the difference?

Page views is the view of one page in your website – every time a page is loaded, this is considered a Page View. It doesn’t make any difference if it is the same user visiting the page or not.

Visits are the number of individual visits to your website. This statistic is based on recognition of a browser cookie in the visitor’s browser. Therefore, the visitor is not counted again if he has already been visiting the site within the last 24 hours.

You can read more about the difference between Page Views and Unique Visitors here.

Still have questions? You can contact Motigo’s support team anytime!

Motigo search launched

Monday June 25th, 2007

We just launched a new part of our site called motigo search. Hurray!

In the last few weeks, we have been in a steady stream of solid updates to the motigo website in general. We have come a long way since we started in March earlier this year.

This time we added search capabilities to motigo. The motigo search has been born.

Now you can search the web for pictures and video to reference in your blog posts or in your forum discussions. We feel that we by that have a superior product to many competitors. The search also allows your to search our webstats counter catalogue.

The future will call for a full motigo service search, but as we felt the described update in itself provided enough significant value to our users to stand on its own, we decided to push out the search capabilities as they are now in their early state.

Please go try it out and let us know what you think.