Get live arrival and departure traffic report of your website/blog

The FEEDJIT widget, which was launched less than a month ago, is now claiming fairly serious growth of 3 widget million impressions per week from the blogs that have added it. When installed on a blog, FEEDJIT gives you real-time traffic data on your blog. No registration required and it's completely free. See where your visitors are located in the […]

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The FEEDJIT widget, which was launched less than a month ago, is now claiming fairly serious growth of 3 widget million impressions per week from the blogs that have added it. When installed on a blog, FEEDJIT gives you real-time traffic data on your blog. No registration required and it's completely free. See where your visitors are located in the world, which websites they're arriving from and what they're clicking when they leave your site.

FEEDJIT has two types of widgets to offer. The first widget resembles MyBlogLog to some extent. But instead of displaying visitors pics (MyBlogLog), in that it shows recent visitors to the site with country flag. The company has added customization features to let people set the size and color scheme of the widget via Ajax controls.

The second widget called “FEEDJIT Traffic Map”, shows the locations of the last 100 visitors to your website. Hover your mouse over any point on the map to see a detailed place name.

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