We’ve finally released our long-awaited real-time analytics and reporting system, Church Analytics!
It should be a great showcase of what you can do, especially with a live event!
This is a nice addition considering that there wasn’t much reporting previously. You will now be able to view your websites traffic for the past 3 months (and variations) as well as media player usage within the site.
Check out their announce video after the jump:
I had the pleasure of waking up early this morning and watching Hillsong Church BETA test LAUNCH their new online campus (powered by ChurchOnline, LifeChurch.tv’s platform) as well as their use of the new not-yet-released ChurchAnalytics platform.
There were a few “bumps” in the launch as a few people complained about the video not loading propertly but overall it seemed to go well. People loved it, and a few passionate followers of Hillsong were very vocal about how neat this next step in Hillsong’s strategy is being executed.
Take a look at a few of the screenshots captured of the test as well as a video (removed for privacy) of ChurchAnalytics in action:
We’ve got a month of BETA testing going on right now and we’ll be launching it officially next month.
I couldn’t be more excited!
Make sure you view it in Chrome or Safari for a neat little color-changing effect!
We’ve finished development and design on a somewhat secret and behind the scenes project that I’ve been working on for the past few months: An advanced analytics application for ministries, churches, and pretty much everything else. We imagine this will be perfect for things such as online ministries, conferences, and especially live events.
A few other highlights of this app are:
That’s honestly the tip of the iceberg!
Excitement is growing!
I’ve been quite impressed with their service so far and even use it for another property and startup business on the homepage for gathering feedback and aggregating responses around the web.
But I just began looking into their ‘Social Impact’ as an analytics device today and I’m impressed:
Twoolr is the latest newcomer to the growing list of Twitter services. It’s tagline, “Every statistic about your Twitter account”, sums itself up quite nicely. You can think of it as the Google Analytics of Twitter.
For the common user, it’s just fun to see how you use Twitter and how you interact with people. But where I can see Twoolr really shining is for the Twitter power-users. The people, businesses, brands, and ministries who have incorporated Twitter as part of their public communication. The kind of data that Twoolr provides would be invaluable to them!
So what kind of data does Twoolr track?