New Search Engine Stats Package (Free)

Enquisite have released a beta version of the stats service. This package is geared towards search referral and market trend analysis, and looks quite interesting. Best of all, it’s free (not sure how long that will last)

Features include:

  • Find out how well your current keywords and phrases work at converting traffic to your site.
  • Discover where your best customers are coming from.
  • Learn which markets are your most lucrative.
  • Build a better, more profitable marketing campaign. Organic search will drive 10 times more qualified customers to your site than pay per click if you understand organic search traffic and user intent. This is the purpose of Enquisite.

Thx Andrew.

  1. dburdondburdon08-02-2006

    Peter,

    a good referral. I’m a Statcounter user. Its month end and I’m beginning the slog of going through the raw spreadsheet data. I’d be more interested when the next release allows a topline breakdown between organic and pay per click traffic.

  2. Peter Da VanzoPeter Da Vanzo08-03-2006

    Thanks for the tip, d.

    I’m always keen on looking at stats packakes. Not sure I’ve found my nirvana yet. Statcounter works well for you? Do you know how well it works with multiple domains?

  3. rzwickyrzwicky08-07-2006

    Hi Peter,

    Thanks for your post! Our intention is to offer the Enquisite Search Metrics tool for free in perpetuity. We have plans to offer ancillary products (paid) in future. But the core reporting will remain free. The additions I’ve blogged about on the site will all be free. We’ll be publishing our development plans in the next few weeks – all based on user feedback / requests.

    d – We’re actively working on the PPC upgrade. We’ve got an aggressive upgrade schedule. One thing of note – once we offer it, we’ll reprocess your reports to historically sort out the data. So starting now is an advantage to you.

    Peter – you mentioned that you have not yet found your Nirvana. We’re collecting feedback, suggestions and comments from our Search Metrics Reports users. Our goal is to have future development driven by user requests.

    Thanks,

    Richard
    Enquisite – Unlocking Search Trends

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