Real-time Web Analytics Inside e2Panel!


You may have noticed that we rolled out a new e2Panel update last week, named v3.1. Amongst bug fixes, and various other tweaks, we are super excited to announce one feature we think customers are going to love. Announcing live real-time web analytics, right from within e2Panel!

Full Features:

Real-time analytics is extremely helpful for website owners. You can view whats happening on your website, right this second. See where your traffic is coming from, get notified on any spikes, and view trends over time.

e2Panel Demo:
Full Dashboard:

How Can I Get It?

It only takes a few clicks to setup live real-time website analytics on your website or blog. To make things simple, we have written out a full guide on the installation process. You can view this guide at our knowledgebase…

We’re always keen to improve and innovate at eleven2. Please let us know if you like real-time web analytics, and if you have any feedback we would love to hear it!

7 comments on “Real-time Web Analytics Inside e2Panel!
  1. Hi Kyle,

    We don’t enable e2Panel for our reseller customers, as your clients would know that you are “reselling” through eleven2. Thus it won’t be a while label solution.

  2. Hi Kyle, on the other hand some of our reseller clients just host their own personal sites as effectively you get a cPanel for Each site, compared to shared hosting.

    Where as other resellers actually resell hosting to their clients, and won’t want to see e2Panel. I’ll speak to our Operations Manager this afternoon about having it as an option for resellers “if” they want it.

    How does that sound?

  3. Thanks James, You API actually looks relatively easy to develop around I’ll look into that!

    And Andy, I completely understand most reseller clients are hosting or design firms so they wouldn’t want that. It would be nice however to have I guess a “white labeled” version of e2 panel that doesn’t say eleven2 on it so we can take advantage of a nice design and this new feature! (Hope that made since)

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