Ahh, it’s always so nice when spring comes along and you can open windows for the first time since the fall, clean things up, and start fresh.
Starting fresh – it’s just one of those ideas you can almost smell.
Mint accomplished just that, after launching in 2005 and receiving a warm welcome in the designer community. Mint had trully shown in was a revolution in statistics logging.
Right from install, mint provides you with the most friendliest and cleanest looking green and black scheme ever. It truly makes you want to have a mint (or a few). Installation, well, let’s just say it melts in your mouth, being in nearly 2 minutes you’re seeing the mint admin panel for the first time, and seeing the very beginning of a greater look into your visitors.
A Indepth Look into Whose Who
Mint allows you the chance to break down your visitors, and find out where they’re coming from and where they’re going once they get to your site. Mint also allows the recent referrers to be exported through rss, so others can know exactly whose linking you.
Design Better by Knowing More
Another benefit of Mint is it’s User Agent 007. UA does what most common stats programs such as Awstats do, but ten times better. Mint tracks your users resolution, what version of flash they have, browser, and operating system. This is greatly beneficial during future designing, because you know what the majority of your visitors can see in terms of screen res and browser compatibility.