In today’s competitive world and limited resources, it is vital to watch out the visitors’ statistics that how many visitors are coming to your blog, what they are readers, which article is getting most traffic, and more.
Here, we have listed the best 10 site analytic plugins for WordPress based sites or blogs. These plugins will help you analyze traffic and keywords for your website.
This useful plugin allows you to track the blog or website easily and with lots of metadata such as views per author and category, automatic tracking of outbound clicks and pageviews. It is a free plugin and comes with a host of quality features such as it uses the asynchronous Google Analytics tracking code, option to manually place the tracking code in another location, automatic Google Analytics site speed tracking, and lot many features.
Jetpack is a WordPress plugin that supercharges your self-hosted WordPress site with an amazing cloud power of WordPress.com. It offers simple, concise stats with no additional load on the server. These stats were previously provided by WordPress.com stats.
This plugin displays Google Analytics Reports and Real-Time Statistics in your dashboard. It offers detailed information about number of visitors, bounce rates, organic searches, and more details directly on your Administration Dashboard. They can also view statistics like views, UniqueViews and top searches, on frontend, at the end of each article.
It is a simple plugin that allows you to add your Google Analytics code on all your pages. You simply enter your ID and choose if you are on a sub-domain, and enter the domain. It will not track admin users logged-in.
MailChimp’s Analytics360 plugin pulls Google Analytics and MailChimp data directly into the dashboard. Thus, you can access robust analytic tools without leaving WordPress. With this plugin, you will be able to visualize your site’s traffic trends and see how blog posts and email campaigns affect overall traffic.
This plugin provides social media and site stats tracking and monitoring in real-time. It displays your blog’s statistics graph and blog traffic, social engagement in your dashboard. Some of its notable features include lots of stats dashboard widgets, tracking over 50 social metrics, trending social metrics over time, sidebar widgets, and more.
9) WP SlimStat
This plugin offers you the most accurate real-time statistics for WordPress. It seamlessly integrates with WooCommerce and other e-commerce plugins. It is compatible with W3 Total Cache, WP SuperCache and HyperCache. With this plugin, you’ll get the most accurate IP geolocation, browser and platform detection ever seen.
This useful WordPress plugin lets you track your visitors in real-time. It has a readable admin console to keep track of visitors while providing a detailed view in almost everything users on doing on the site. This plugin comes useful for SEO or statistics maniacs.
Do you think that analytic plugins are a good way to analyze web traffic? Which plugin do you use for your WordPress powered website or blog? Please feel free to share your views with us in the comment section section.
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