Est. Budget: $30.00
I'm looking for a professional and knowledgable SEO/Web analytic specialist to help me determine which analytics tool would best suit my particular needs.
List of such tool could be (not reviewed):
-Clicky <-- Clicky lets you see every visitor and every action they take on your web
-Logaholic <--- Individual click path (per-IP activity)
and any web analytics that offer Per-User/IP/Host activity tracking/overview (not only an overall overview)
***Before placing a bid, make sure to read and UNDERSTAND the job and each of my requirement.
Also, in order to be able to make a valid reccommandation to me, make sure to know all of the most used Web analytic applications available on the market today, their features, pros/cons, limitation etc.. I don't care if you swear by GA and its the only tool you ever used or heard of.
My website is a PRIVATE online CV (only employers that I apply job for receive an access code to log in).
What I want is a tool that will let me view activity of my employers only, nothing else.. (this means that I should be able to filter out my own IP, and those of all freelancers working on my site to monitor only the employer's activity)
In other word, I want to know which access code were used (which tells me who logged-in since each access code is associated with an employer), and see their activity. (heatmap feature (crazyegg?), browser version, what they clicked on etc....)
*Awstats is not suitable since it doesnt let me filter out IPs, so all I get is a bunch of random visitor's activity report.
ABOUT THE LOGIN SYSTEM:
My site use a non-secure, single 4 digit pass to login (its a simple php-based value redirection script). Its more like a redirection feature than an actual log-in feature.
Employer A, log-in using his personal access code ABCD, he is being redirected to a custom index file --> indexABCD.php which display the content I want him to view.
Employer B log-in using his personal access code S9F1. he is being redirected to the associated index --> indexS9F1.php which display the content I want him to view.
and so on...
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