Either you’re a web developer, blogger or anyone with a website, you probably use Google Analytics to collect and process crucial data about your site’s visitors. Now, we got GAget for you, it is a Google Analytics Widget for Mac OS X Dashboard.

You can see the important information of the day without any clutter. You can check out the number of your visits for the last two weeks. See the rate of new visitors and bouncers. You can either refresh data with one click or wait for the automatic refresh. And it’s easy to switch between profiles too.

Published under: Stats | Utilities

Have you ever thought of combine your Twitter, Digg, Facebook and Delicious counters into one single counter? The Share Counter can be fully customized by CSS. It loads pretty fast with only 2kb. It’s easy to use, you simply add or rename the classes of the link to be shared and the element that will hold the counts.

You may use the Share Counter in non-commercial and commercial projects. It may also be included in other software, themes and templates intended for sale or distribution.

Published under: Stats | License Free

For almost all webmasters, Google Analytics is an best way to collect information while experimenting and study what’s going on with your website or web application. Tweaking Google Analytics can give some terrific data that wouldn’t be available by using their default setup.

Alan Johnson has published an article: Advanced Google Analytics for Startups, which tells us how to use Custom Variables and Advanced Segments to get more useful information from Google Analytics.

Published under: Information | Stats

MooTune is a MooTools class for logging events, errors and AB tests to multiple backends such as Google Analytics, Mixpanel or your own server logs. It can be used to gain insights into the actions your user’s take on your site, the errors they encounter and the affect of variations on the site with their interactions.

Published under: Stats | License Free