Track Javascript Errors on your site Automatically

We have added a new section to Statvoo.com recently. The new section is called Errors and it can be found under any website you have added to your account, from the left hand navigation. Statvoo.com now logs all Javascript errors that occur on your website so that you can find the problem spots and fix […]

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ORDER BY RAND() – Faster Alternative

MySQL’s ORDER BY RAND() function can be so useful for returning random items from a table, infact, we have used it a million times over the years. The problem comes when your database tables start getting really big. We found a very nice alternative to using it and thought it useful to post here for […]

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Moving a MySQL Database without downtime

At Statvoo we found ourselves in the position where we needed to move our master MySQL database without ANY downtime and for anyone who’s tried to do this, you will know how hard this can be if it is not done exactly right. Below I will run through the steps to get the job done […]

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Goals get a makeover

We’ve always thought that goals should have the ability to be sent via various methods such as email or webhook add they are triggered. This is note a reality with Statvoo. Go take a look!

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We started 2015 off by sprinting

We have been planning a new infrastructure for some time now and have finally decided to set it all into action. So what do you gain by this you ask. Well, what you gain is a higher level of stability and the ability to throw a lot more traffic at us without us blinking an […]

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End of 2014

2014 saw a huge shift in how Statvoo was used, notably the move of individuals using it to companies trying it out for the first time.We have received a lot of great feedback which helped push some fantastic new features out. We are really looking forward to the new year as we have so much […]

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A slightly newer layout

Recently we decided to mix up the layout a bit, this was to because the older look didn’t cater so well for multiple sites (over 7-ish). Let us know if you are experiencing any issues with it. We do have a major overhaul planned that will be coming out in the next few months. So […]

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Announcing the new Analytics Panel

Hello new Analytics Panel! For months now we have been thinking of re-inventing the Trends Panel. We decided to go ahead with it, it looks great, works great and provides a lot more information in the same space.Tell us if we missed anything during the move and if there are any improvements you would like […]

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Date ranges are the key to a better index

Since Statvoo originally went live in February 2013, we have been doing focused around individual time based reporting, it worked well and we were able to sort through indexes without doing full table scans. After much feedback from our users as well as data usage patterns we made the decision to move to date ranges. […]

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How to use Google Analytics in AngularJS

It seems to be quite a popular question with not as many answers to hold the weight. Google Analytics has always been more of a pageviews type tracking use case and up until a few years ago that was all anyone ever really did anyways. However,  the web has gotten a lot more complicated with […]

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Track your Alexa Rank History

The Alexa Rank is a way of determining a website’s popularity.  Alexa.com are in the game of Internet popularity ranking and for quite a long time now have been doing a very good job of it. They have a system where the most visited website on the planet is rated as #1 and the second […]

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