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[Resolved] [Plugin: Google Analytics Top Content Widget] Time interval used when calculating populariy?

  • Hello!

    Thanks for creating a much needed plugin, but is there any way to decide the alrgorithm used for calculating most popular posts? I mean.. based on for example today.. this week.. this month.. this year.. raw hits.. unique visitors etc. ?

    The date to include posts from also, as pointed out above, does not seem to function.

    Would be happy for some attention here.. 😛

    Best regards,
    SNURK

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/google-analytics-top-posts-widget/

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  • Actually.. When I compare to “WordPress popular posts” where you can chose to select the rating based on average daily hits (in difference to total hits the last couple of days that would misrepresent the spanking brand new posts), this actually produces very similar results.. 😛

    Plugin Author Justin Sternberg

    @jtsternberg

    I’m not sure I understand the question, sorry.

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