Website Statistics

This is the first time I'm actually hosting my own webpages. In the past, the usage statistics were always provided by the hosting company. So I never had to do this for myself. Is there anything built into IIS7, ect that provides website statistics??
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Andres PeralesCommented:
You need to find you a web log parser a good one is by Weblog experts
Then you pull the logs for the website run them through the parser and you will get all the stats you need.

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You can run your own log analytics or you can add the google analytics to your site.

There's plenty of software out there though to parse the log files your IIS server creates and stores.
second vote for running google analytics.  it's just too easy and makes pretty charts.
Saqib KhanSenior DeveloperCommented:
Third vote for google analytics.

IIS Log parser days are over, unless you want to do something "custom".
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