Enquisite Search Analytics Update

May 17th, 2007 by Richard Zwicky

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Our tech team was in late last night through early this morning with the transition to the new logging system. Most of you who are using Enquisite won’t immediately notice any changes in your reporting, but you soon will.

  1. Latency should be a thing of the past, (or as much as possible). Web based logging often suffers from lags and drop-outs. We’ve virtually eliminated this as a potential issue. This update was first and foremost about increasing accuracy and eliminating potential bottlenecks.
  2. This permits a lot of new cool features and improvements to be made available shortly.
  3. Our city / zip code / postal code level resolution can now jump to an even greater degree of specificity. That update is coming shortly.
  4. Speed, speed, speed.

As with any major update, there are bound to be hiccups, and there have been a few. Our biggest concern was not to lose any of your data. We didn’t, it’s all here, and working even better than ever for you. The hiccups that have arose, our team is working to fix them. Interestingly, the hiccups arose not because of software issues, but a hardware one.

One thing you may notice today is that while we were migrating the data between old and new databases with the conversion to the new logging processes, a counter was mis-set. (now working properly again) If you were affected, we’ll be fixing all affected counts over the next couple of days.
If you have any questions, or concerns, please email me.

Also - please note the change for ssl requests, from the post
earlier this week, if you are using Enquisite to track referrals to secure web pages.


Richard Zwicky

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