When it comes to analyzing, we have ample ample amount of tools to analyze your blog stats. Some of them are paid and some of them are free. When it’s come to free open source tool, I never give a second thought about paid tools. Here I’m sharing 3 Tools which I always use to analyze my Website stats.
List of Blog traffic Stats tool which I’m using:
Before, we move ahead I also suggest you to look into my list of Blogging tools, which will help you to discover some new tools for your blogging.
Of all the traffic stats program, Google analytics is the best and free one. I have been using it since 2008 and I have seen it grown from old design to new design, which is par excellence for any free product. I have shared a detailed post on What is Google analytics and here are some of other posts related to G.A, which will help you to get more out of it.
- How to Install Google analytics in Thesis
- How to Find top landing pages using Google Analytics
- How to add Google Analytics code into your WordPress blog
- How to Find Google Analytics code
- How to Share Google analytics account with another user
Sitemeter is another great tool which I use. Though I don’t use it on all of my blog, because with one sign up they allow only 1 website monitoring and that is something which I don’t like. Here are some of the posts from past which will help you to make most out of site meter.
WordPress.com Stats plugin using Jetpack plugin
This is one of my favorite WordPress plugin to keep track of my stats. I like this plugin because I can see my traffic stats in real time. Most important it helps me a lot to find out daily stats of posts. So I can keep track which post is performing good. One another great feature is search engine keywords and referring posts. I like all this features in short and if you are not using all these, you might like to get this plugin by installing Jetpack plugin.
Well, there are many more free and paid Blog Traffic Stats tool are there in the market, but above three are something which I use on WordPress powered blog and they take care of my need.
Before you add comment, I know more service like I mentioned above exist to keep track of website traffic. I will love to know your view on more such service which you use to keep a track of your site stats?
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