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.
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.
- 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?