March 29, 2007 by Eric Heikkinen | Comments Off
Pligg Forum Time Statistics
I’m a huge fan of web statistics. I love figuring out how many visitors have checked out my site, how much time they have spent on it and even where the person is visiting from. A lot of these statistics are commonly found in site statistic software like Google Analytics and Mint, but neither offer the super-cool statistic tool I’m about to share with you.
This is the semi-new forum time statistics page that displays the estimated amount of time that users have spent on the Pligg boards. This tool can be downloaded from vbulletin.org
for free if you own a current license of vbulletin. The installation is really simple and should only take you a few minutes. Some of the people at the top of the list are not accurately represented because of the method they use to view the forum (more on this in a future post), but they do spend a pathetic amount of time cruising the boards for new posts ’round the clock. I love being able to see how much time people spend reading the forum, and this tool displays the top 10 users who really don’t have a life outside of Pligg. Seriously, AshDigg and KBeeveer46 need to get a life. Check out your own rank by visiting the tool here