Jeeran’s Community of Neighbors Now Able to Track their Visitors
Middle East’s largest user generated content UGC community, Jeeran.com, announced the launch of a new marketing tool that allows bloggers and users to get insights about the traffic on their blogs and pages on Jeeran.com.
The new tool, “Visitors” , features statistics and charts of the number of visitors each page/blog receives, with the ability to track number of pageviews, top viewed content, visitors’ countries, and much more.
The launch of Visitors comes in line with Jeeran’s vision that aims to offer a unique user experience, where Arab users can enjoy convince and comfort while surfing and contributing to the web.
Jeeran, Arabic for neighbors, is a pioneer Arab online community that offers a variety of web 2.0 services including blogging, photo and video sharing, as well as web hosting, these services are backed with technologies that powers a platform for individuals to create their own presence on the internet, with minimum technical knowledge.
Commenting on the new tool, Laith Zraikat, Director of Innovation and Co-Founder of Jeeran.com, said: “We are so excited about Visitors as it puts our users in control, it’s very user-friendly and easy to operate, and it doesn’t need any installation or technical efforts.”
Mr. Zraikat also added: “With the growing popularity of user-generated-content communities such as Jeeran, bloggers and websites owners, as well as photo and video sharing enthusiasts, are in need for a free and reliable tool to evaluate their contribution to the web.”
Over the past few years, the community of Jeeran grew-up to host more than one million active users, in addition to 650,000 websites, and a growing community of bloggers that exceeded 120,000 blogs, the largest blog community in the Arab world.
Omar Kudsi, Jeeran’s President and Co-Founder welcomed the launch of Visitors, and said: “Our tracking system is user-friendly and comes in both Arabic and English, which offers a convenient Arabic-language tool to measure visitors and traffic.”
Mr. Zraikat pointed out that Visitors is already available for all users on Jeeran without the need of any installation, he also stressed on the fact that many features will be added to the system soon.
Kudsi concluded: “We strive to offer Arab users a top notch web experience that empowers them to contribute, communicate and interact, and Visitors is just the beginning of a series of features and products in the pipeline.”
This is a nice move by jeeran and a good offer for less tech savey users, I have not tested the analytical tool since i am traveling and have limited time and access to the Internet. however we will test Jeeran’s new tool, ask powerfull Jeeran’s users about their experience and compare it to the 3 analytical tools ArabCrunch uses