Real Time Web analytic tools helps you to collect, measure and analyze internet data and website visitor records for understanding and optimizing web place usage. It not only helps you measure and analyses website traffic but it is also a wonderful tool for market & business research.
Some weeks ago Google Analytics introduced a new feature that provides you real-time reporting. You can check the number of visitors currently present on your website, and what pages are they viewing, they were referred by what sites and from which country they are etc. You must have the latest version of Analytics in order to view the real time data.
Clicky provides awesome real-time analytics. After logging in you will be able to view the current data from that particular day. Historical data is also wavailable. Twitter analytics is also present that can help you keep tabs on the impact of social media to your website. It also has an app named ClickyTouch and you can always take advantage of it.
This one is an open-source tool for real-time analytics. It can be downloaded and installed on your own server in a just five minutes.
This site offers four products including a very limited free analytics product that can be utilized for personal and non-profit sites. The business account boasts search engine ranking detection that will help you track and ameliorate your rankings.
It is a free real-time analytics tool. You can install it with just a few lines of code. It provides all the usual analytics data, and in addition to that you can also set up automated email reports that will be sent to you on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.
Performancing Metrics gives you real-time blog statistics and Twitter analytics too.
Whos.Amung.Us is quite unique. Embedding a widget on your website or blog will let you get real-time stats. Both free and paid accounts are available.
It also provides real-time data. It gives you more than 30 different reports and you can track Twitter mentions, view details of your most recent visitors and view a click overlay etc. Both free and paid accounts are available.
Performancing Metrics does its real time statistics job nicely. This service is pretty decent. You can track current visitors, incoming links or referrers, search engine traffic and so on. This service is for free to use.
This is another popular real time traffic tracking service. This service is for free with its basic statistics but if you want more detailed analysis of your website traffic then you need to pay for the premium account.
Why don’t have hitstat in the list?
@Bonjour: You’re right. I don’t like new Google Analytics too.