Unelma Platforms Launches Native and Robust Analytics Platform: Userly.org

Userly is one of the first analytics software developed in Chitwan, Nepal. It is a powerful analytics service platform that empowers personal or business websites.
Userly empowers not only the sites with powerful analytics, but it is more than an app that converts the data to powerful insights for measuring and monitoring websites information. Various forms of data can be easily mashed up and collected to generate interesting insights for your personal or business websites: Alexa data, similarWeb data, whois data, social media data, search engine index, Google page rank, IP analysis, malware check, Moz check, DMOZ check to name just a few. It integrates some other great SEO tools such as link analysis, keyword position analysis, auto keyword suggestion, page status check, backlink creation/search, website ping, Google ad words scraper.
Userly will be offered with free bonus utility tools such as email encoder/decoder, meta tag generator, open graph meta tags generator, plagiarism checker, valid email check, duplicate email filter, URL encodes/decodes, robot code generator, and much more.
Unelma platforms claim unlike Google Analytics, it provides robust native API with more than fifty end-points. Other developers and users can easily integrate these API for further usage of this excellent service. A possibility to use widgets where users can just copy & paste one line of codes to any page they want and Userly can display your site information and analytics. Unelma platforms are very much determined to make it ad-free and readily available to anyone.
Userly is targeted at people looking to generate powerful analytics for small to medium enterprise (SMEs), and also large corporations who can undoubtedly benefit the most with the use of this groundbreaking free analytics software.
Userly is ready for the public; an early beta version is launched free to use by anyone.

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