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As of now the focus is still on development, which is why Chartbeat’s Jobs page shows that they’re looking for a Frontend and a Backend Developer.

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I’m addicted to analytics. I love watching this site’s stats so that I can see how you’re using the site and how I can make it better. Now, don’t get creeped out. You’re just an anonymous user in my stats. I can’t see who you are, but I can see things in Google Analytics like which pages get the most traffic, which sites send the most traffic, and which college or universities have the biggest One Day, One Job following. Unfortunately, Google Analytics has a time delay. It doesn’t tell me what’s happening now, and I want to know. Luckily there’s Chartbeat, a New York City based startup that offers real time statistics on site usage. As I’m writing this, there are 22 visitors on the site. 5 are reading our post on entry level scam jobs, 2 are browsing through our archive of entry level employers, 2 are on our home page, and there are quite a few pages with one reader. Some time in the mid to late afternoon the site will probably reach peak usage, which will probably be somewhere in the neighborhood of 70 concurrent users (which is also the reason we needed a new server). I don’t watch the stats all day, but I like to keep an eye on them just to stay in touch with today’s job seekers. Big online media companies have way more fun with Chartbeat—some will even have a big flat screen displaying real-time statistics for the whole office to see. Who knew Internet publishing could be a spectator sport?

Keep Your Finger on the Pulse

Oddly enough Chartbeat’s Chief Architect Alex Lines is familiar with the careers space. He was a co-founder at Path 101, which unfortunately didn’t make it; however, there’s a lot more hope for Chartbeat. They’re already driving revenue because Chartbeat isn’t free. It’s $9.95 a month unless your site is pretty huge, then the pricing goes up gradually based on traffic. This means that Chartbeat has it’s business model figured out, and just needs to keep improving and selling the product. That’s a good situation for a startup. As of now the focus is still on development, which is why Chartbeat’s Jobs page shows that they’re looking for a Frontend and a Backend Developer. There aren’t any non-technical jobs yet, but I bet they won’t be far away as Chartbeat begins to focus more on selling and marketing the product that they’ve built.

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