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Monitor and display registered users activity (logins, posts, comments, etc.).

This plugin logs registered users activity in your blog and displays it in frontend and backend.
Activity logged :
    logon
    new user
    new comment
    comment edition
    comment deletion
    profile update
    new published post
    published post edition
    post deleted (really deleted, not trashed)
    new link
    login failure (displayed only in admin panel)
    access denied by IP blacklisting (displayed only in admin panel)

Possible usages :

    Monitor unwanted connexions attempts on your blog and block hackers IP.
    Monitor the registered users activity on a multi-users blog.
    Enhance your community blog by displaying to all users what other members have done.

If enabled, user who don’t want to be listed in blog activity can hide its own activity by checking a privacy option in the profile page. In that case, this user activity is not stored in database. When a login failure occurs, the IP address is also logged. Users activity can be followed by RSS feed and can be exported in csv file (semicolon separation).

Admin can follow the blog users activity within dates range with the stats module

https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-activity/

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A lifestream is a one-stop collection of a person’s activities online, bringing all your trackable online activities into one place. There are a variety of ways to create such a summary collection on your author pages. You can piece meal the thing together or use a lifestream WordPress Plugin.

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Counting WordPress: Statistics WordPress Plugins | Lorelle on WordPress

Comment Analysis WordPress Plugin by Be Lambic or Green is a potentially powerful comment statistics Plugin. You can customize a listing on your blog (or from within your Administration Panels if you wanted) to include your total comments, total pingbacks, total trackbacks, last comment, last pingback, last trackback, latest comments, latest commented posts, and most commented posts. You can feature some or all of the comment statistics.

Most Commented creates a list of the posts with the most comments.

Comment Word Count gives the number of words in your blog’s comments. This could be fun combined with other comment statistics.

Posts/Comments Time WordPress Plugin creates a chart to show the number of posts and comments for the hours of a day or days of a week.

http://lorelle.wordpress.com/2007/02/12/counting-wordpress-statistics-wordpress-plugins/

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WP Plugin: Site Statistics shows site stats for posts, comments, categories, last post, last commenter and last modified.

Post Count provides the total number of published posts on the blog.

WordPress Statistics Plugin offers different post statistics. It provides a “readability analysis” of how hard your blog post is to read. It sues the Gunning-Fog and the Flesch-Kincaid scores and displays the results in your WordPress Panel, though you may be able to display the information on your WordPress posts. In theory, this may help you write better or at least more clearly

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Counting WordPress: Statistics WordPress Plugins | Lorelle on WordPress

Counting Posts and Comments

The two most important statistics many people monitor is their posts and comments. They want to know which posts attract the most attention and which posts get the most comments. This is a good indicator of which content is working best for your blog and generating the most interest.

Post and comment statistics can be tracked in your WordPress Administration Panels, but many like to publicize these popular statistics on their WordPress blog, pointing visitors to where the action is. While some WordPress Plugins offer both, most of these are very specialized, providing the information in different ways to increase blog navigation

http://lorelle.wordpress.com/2007/02/12/counting-wordpress-statistics-wordpress-plugins/

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