Reinvigorate Now Open To The Public



Reinvigorate

A few months after the new BETA was released – Reinvigorate, the real-time web analytics service that I’ve been using the past 3 years is finally out of BETA. I have been a private beta tester for Reinvigorate and have been using their service since June 2007. I use Reinvigorate alongside Google Analytics to keep track of my blog statistics and other analytics.

As a beta tester, I receive regular emails and newsletters from Reinvigorate and last Friday, I got an email regarding the upcoming launch of the service and the new service plans. The official announcement was posted on the Reinvigorate blog, the same day I received the email. As of last Monday, August 30th, Reinvigorate is now open to the public.

Here are screenshots of some of the Reinvigorate features.

Features:

Heatmaps
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Name Tags
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Snoop
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Graphs
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My favorite features are the Heatmaps which gives you information on where your visitors click on your pages/posts and the real-time desktop tracking program called Snoop which lets you see your blog/website visitors as they arrive on your blog/website in real-time. Btw, the Heatmaps can help you reduce bounce rate because it shows you the areas which visitors view and click, so you can determine where to display your call-to-action buttons, related posts and other stuff to keep them on your website/blog. Aside from that, Heatmaps can also help you determine the best areas to place your ads.

Service Plans:

Freebie Plan

  • 14-days of full system access including real-time and heatmaps
  • After trial, basic stats only — No real-time or heatmaps.
  • 1 website, 1 user
  • Up to 100,000 pageviews/month

Starter Plan — $10/month or $100/year

  • 3 Websites, 3 Users
  • Up to 500,000 pageviews/month
  • 5 years of archived data

Pro Plan — $20/month or $200/year

  • 10 Websites, 10 Users
  • Up to 1 million pageviews/month
  • 5 years of archived data

Custom Plans — Starting at $100/month

  • Created for ultra-high traffic sites
  • No website or user limits
  • Usage-based pricing

Now that Reinvigorate is out of beta, it means that the service will no longer be free for beta testers whose blog/website have more than 100,000 pageviews/month. Beta testers or anyone who wants to signup with Reinvigorate can apply for the Freebie Plan as long as your blog/website’s traffic doesn’t exceed 100,000 pageviews/month.

As a token of appreciation for helping with the beta testing, Reinvigorate is offering beta testers like me a special Founder’s Plan which includes 20 websites, 20 users and 1,000,000 pageviews/month all for only $5/month.

My blog – JaypeeOnline is not qualified for the Freebie Plan because it exceeds the required number of pageviews/month so I have decided to take advantage of the Founder’s Plan offer and pay $5/month to continue using Reinvigorate.

Anybody else who’s a Reinvigorate beta tester? Are you going to continue using Reinvigorate now that it’s out of beta? Anyone else interested in trying out Reinvigorate real-time web analytics?


Owner and editor of JaypeeOnline. Self-proclaimed geek. New media writer and consultant. WordPress advocate. Loves blogging, gadgets, video games and sports. You can follow him on Google+, Facebook or Twitter.

2 Comments

  1. JP Habaradas

    September 3, 2010 at 5:00 AM

    @Jhay – It’s only $5/month dude and it gives you 20 users, 20 websites and up to 1,000,000 pageviews/month! Others would pay double or triple to have that type of plan and you only get that opportunity because you were a beta tester. :D

    Google Analytics is also good and free but Reinvigorate offers more. Maybe if GA had heatmaps, then I won’t bother paying for the Founder’s Plan.

  2. Jhay

    September 3, 2010 at 4:58 AM

    I’m still thinking of whether going for the Founder’s plan or not.

    Google Analytics already suits my tracking needs, and it’s for free. :D

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