Monday, June 16, 2014

Is Sitemeter working for anyone else?

It seems like it's entirely wedged for me.  Not collecting data, and I see weird authentication popups from it.

I'd hate to pull the plug, but broken is broken.

14 comments:

Peter said...

It works as usual for me.

B said...

Same here, working fine

Richard said...

They are getting even with you. Every time I click on anything here, I get a sitemeter authentication popup.

Borepatch said...

I guess we'll see how good their support is. ;-)

Dan said...

I suppose that's why it asked me for a user ID and password when your site opened?

Borepatch said...

Dan, yeah that's it

OMMAG said...

Wants me to log in

Old NFO said...

Seems to be working okay now.

R.K. Brumbelow said...

Dunno, I automatically block all cross site material

Erin Palette said...

It hasn't worked properly for me since sometime last year. I recall it was summer or perhaps fall, and my "most recent visitor" was listed as being April 25. I switched to StatCounter but kept it SiteMeter as backup.

Today, Sitemeter tells me in its weekly email that my blog received TWO pageviews for all of last week. StatCounter says 2,774.

So yes, something is funny for at least some of us...

Alma Boykin said...

It's demanding that I log in, first when I call up your blog, and again to see comments. Not sure if it's having a reaction to my Wordpress blog (I'm logged in at the moment) or something else (I wasn't logged in yesterday and it did the same thing.)

JD(not the one with the picture) said...

Keep getting the pop ups when I click anything on your site.

Rick Mance said...

I got the pop up just now when I clicked your link to comment ...

I had the same thing happen at my place and now use StatCounter (for $5.00 a month for all my sites).

It's not free but having no popups is worth something.

Mark Philip Alger said...

My experience seems to parallel Alma's above, with this fillip: the popup appears to come from LastPass, asking for me to log in to the Sitemeter server. From the initial home page, I cannot access comments without logging in -- which, of course, I cannot do. Once I've reloaded the page, however, the comments come up as usual.

Go thou and figger.

M