This plugin hasn’t been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

Post Half-Life Statistics

Description

A Plugin for calculating the half life of a blog post. So you can determine afterwards, which content and what posting time is best for your content.

Screenshots

  • The Dashboard with the number of visits in a given timespan.

Installation

  1. Copy the folder post-half-life into the directory wp-content/plugins/ and activate the plugin.
  2. The plugin starts with tracking new visits immediately. But the plugin only records new data. So Wait until you published a new post and then ..
  3. .. go to the “Post-Half-Life (p½)” Dashboard page to view how the post is working out in terms of his half-life.

Contributors & Developers

“Post Half-Life Statistics” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

0.1.2

Bugfix for Plugin Submission
* Added $wpdb-> prepare everywhere.

0.1.1

Bugfix for Plugin Submission
* Removed reference to icon, because there is no icon right now.

0.1

This is first public beta release of the plugin.
* Record every page view including the referrer for future evaluation
* Does not distinguish between unique, repeated and own visits. Every visit counts!
* Display