Site Meter

Site Meter is a free, fast, and easy way to add a web counter to your web page.  Not only can it display the number of visitors to your web site, it also keeps statistics on the number of visits each hour and every day. It also provides detailed information about these visitors. These statistics are provided in real time so they are always up-to-date.


Geovisite applications

Geovisite provides some useful widgets:

For example, Geochat allows you to chat chat with your visitors or members  and view their geolocation on a world map.

Geolocation is a tracking and mapping procedure which allows an internet users geographic location.

Geomap is a simple click on the icone and a map of the world apprears with the location of the internauts of your site.

Geostat allows you to follow through numerous graphic changes in the audience of your site.

Alternative tag cloud tools

Tagul is is a web service that enables you to create gorgeous tag clouds. It is created by Alex, an entrepreneur and tech geek from Moscow, Russia.

A Yippy Cloud is a tool that webmasters or bloggers can use to instantly visualize a topic using the familiar tag cloud display. What makes the Yippy Cloud unique is that you can create a cloud based on any topic or query – you don’t need tags or months of content on a subject to create an interesting cloud.

Talking avatars for your website

AlterEgos is a desktop PC software solution that allows you to increase the appeal, communication, memorability and effectiveness of your site, training materials, presentation or general media by embedding a fully animated compare.

SitePal is an easy-to-use service that allows you to create a speaking avatar for your website and empower your online communication. Try this demo to change text to speaking.

Voki is a free service that allows you to create personalized speaking avatars and use them on your blog, profile, and in email messages.

Ajax IM

Ajax IM (“Ajax Instant Messenger”) is a browser-centric instant messaging framework. It uses AJAX to create a real-time (or near real-time) IM environment that can be used in conjunction with existing community and commercial software, or simply as a stand-alone product.