It’s important to measure and analyze everything you do in life to make better decisions. Well, a website is no different. With the different tools that we have listed below, you will get a grip of the number of visitors your site receives, from where they come from, which devices they use to access your site, how they find your website etc.
Google Analytics is by far the best option when it comes to monitoring your visitors. This plugin prevents you from copying and pasting the Analytics code as it does it for you. It also places the statistics extracted from Analytics in your main WordPress administration panel in real time. It also adds a widget to be able to navigate between the statistics of several sites without many clicks.
This plugin provides other interesting features such as offering a widget for the bar on the right where you can publicly display statistics for your website. It also does the job of integrating with Google Analytics by showing you some statistics in your administration panel.
It can help you with the correct indexing of your site in different search engines since it sends a sitemap of your site in a click. It also supports tracking codes in clicky and Quantcast. You can also show Facebook Insight statistics from your WordPress without going to the social network constantly.
Here is the first plugin in this list that is not integrated into Google Analytics. This plugin shows you statistics of your site directly from the data it collects. It has nothing to envy to the information it offers regarding other tools. It also has the function of exporting in Excel, CSV and XML. Finally you can use short codes to follow certain widgets and messages.
This plugin specializes in statistics regarding the social activity of your website. To do this, it is integrated into Google Analytics and offers you all the data of your visits from social networks. It offers high resolution social icons for your website.