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  • Analytics

    Here’s a chance to look under the hood at Chicago Window Expert.
    We installed Piwik, an open source web analytics software on our server March 25, 2012 and right away it started cranking out data. Data below is activity for yesterday.

    First, where are our visitors from? Use the buttons at the bottom of the chart for different display options.

    When they arrived through search engines, what keywords did they use? You can click on the keyword and see what search engine was used.

    In real time, here is what is happening now on the site:

    People tend to visit between 8am-5pm local time:

    But since they come from all over the world, visits hit our server all day and night:

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