A month or more ago I came across a website, Reinvigorate.net. At that point all I knew was that it was another analytic stats program that was currently in beta testing. Eager to try out anything stats related, I went ahead and put in my e-mail address to try to get my hands on a beta invite. More teasing ensued when I read “Reinvigorate Preview”, an article from Dev Lounge.
Well, I ended up forgetting about it up until I got an e-mail on the 12th, with the subject Reinvigorate // Private Beta, and the first line saying: You have been invited to join the Reinvigorate private beta.” Obviously much girly squealing ensued, and I gushed to Mark about how I’d been waiting to hop on it.
Reinvigorate Your Stats
Being a Mint user, I’ve been introduced (and obsessed?) with stats that are crucial to my site, even if it’s not something that I can actually benefit from. The first thing I see, is a very smooth and sleek design. Color scheme: check, browser compatibility: check, pretty images that show off stats’ features: check check.
If you want to check out more screenshots, check out my reinvigorate tags at flickr.
But so far I’ve been having a lot of fun with it, and it’s really been amazing thus far. Some of the graphs that are available, like the hourly visits. I can see a linear graph of it, or polynomials. There’s even a graph for hourly distributions. I don’t have to add any extra peppers, or wait for another pepper to be developed. Another favorite feature of mine, is definitely the Geolocation (which uses googlemaps to pin point users) and the Time Zone, which according to RI thus far, the more popular timezone that my visitors live in seem to be CST.
I love Mint, but considering I don’t have to pay $30 (so far), I’m going to stick with using Reinvigorate for any other site I develop. I’ve already stuck it on Holdfire.net, Stylevirb.com and when I remember, Virbtastic.com.