• LivePerson To Acquire Web Analytics Startup NuConomy For $3 Million

    We’ve written several times about Israeli startup NuConomy’s compelling analytics offerings that aim to help publishers, advertisers and users better understand and engage with the social web. The platform’s software continually monitors every aspect of a site’s traffic and user behaviors and highlights the most important things for companies to act on in realtime. We… Read More

  • NuConomy Studio Leaves Private Beta, Aims To Redefine Web Analytics

    NuConomy has released a its Studio product today, a collection of free tools aimed to bring next-generation web analytics that move away from the traditional model based on page views. When it was still in private beta, we wrote that Nuconomy was approaching analytics in a new way to try, putting more meaning into the data that is thrown back at users, meaning that in many ways it will be… Read More

  • Kampyle Ties User Feedback to Website Analytics

    Kampyle has integrated its user feedback management platform into Google Analytics and Nuconomy to provide side-by-side analysis of user feedback and website analytics. Since the launch of its platform last March, Kampyle has been implemented by over 1,500 websites whose users have generated over 100,000 feedback messages collectively. The company claims that small sites average one to… Read More

  • Stats Junkies Get Another Fix: Woopra

    Want to talk to the people visiting your blog in real time via a chat request? That’s just one of the features of new stats/analytics startup Woopra. Think Google Analytics or Nuconomy, but in real time. The product includes real time statistics (“tiny details on every single visit and/or visitor, where they came from, what pages they visited what keywords they used… Read More

  • Nuconomy Emerges To Provide Next Generation Site Analytics

    Tel Aviv/San Francisco based Nuconomy (part of the recent Israeli Web Tour in California) is aiming to give publishers a lot more information about what’s happening on their sites than Google Analytics currently offers. CEO Shahar Nechmad says he wants to give people insights that are usually only available to sites that can pay thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars per month… Read More

  • Fifteen Israeli Startups Visit California Next Month

    In February the Israel Web Tour rolls into Silicon Valley. Ninety Israeli startups applied to join the tour, and fifteen of them were selected to attend. The tour consists of a week-long conference and cultural exchange between Silicon Valley and Israeli entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. The general public is invited to parts of the show. more information is available on this website… Read More