Woopra Opens Its Doors For Live Web Analytics

Daniel Brusilovsky
Monday, October 12, 2009; 5:00 PM

Woopra, the impressive live tracking and analytics service, today announced that they are opening their doors for all new signups. Until today, new users had to be approved if they didn't have an invite code.

Sure, there are a lot of analytics alternatives, so what makes Woopra so special? Real Time. It's the big trend this year, and Woopra certainly delivers. Woopra is similar to Google Analytics but provides real time stats and a number of additional features, such as the ability to chat real time with visitors to the site. (See also, Chartbeat and our coverage).

Woopra first became public when Cali Lewis of GeekBrief.TV spoke with John Pozadzides, CEO of iFusion Labs, the parent company of Woopra at WordCamp Dallas in September 2008.

With today's public launch of Woopra, one of the biggest changes is the pricing. Until now, Woopra has been free for all users. Coming with the public launch is paid accounts. All current users are getting moved to the free account (pageviews limit: 250,000), with an option to upgrade to a premium account. Also, Woopra is supporting SSL, making SSL available to all paying clients. One of the big requests that users have requested is that Woopra support subdomains as well, and this is also being announced. You can find the full list of plans for Woopra here.

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