The Best Analytics Tools for WordPress Websites
- Google Analytics 00:50
- If you’ve got a website, or build websites for clients, make sure that you set up Google Analytics.
- Even if you don’t know how to use it yet, set it up. Tracking starts from when you set up, so if you wait until later, you’ll lose important data.
- You can use other analytics tools like Monster Insights to help you set up Google Analytics and provide extra tracking for e-commerce.
- This is just such a powerful tool for your website and it’s free!
- Jetpack 03:17
- This product comes with a bunch of other website tools, but analytics is included.
- It’s also a free option that is easy to understand and use.
- Kissmetrics 04:19
- This is an analytics and conversion optimization service.
- It can tell you who is doing what on your website. Then, you can better market to those people and make updates to your website.
- Crazy Egg 05:18
- This is a totally different type of analytics tool because it uses heat mapping to track user activity on your site.
- It’s more of a next-level kind of analytics, so after you master your current analytics and are looking for further data.
- Crazy Egg also has other features like tracking user journeys on your website and more.
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