If you want to make your blog even more powerful, learning more about your audience, using these plugins you can figure out what content they like the most.
And using tools like Google Analytics, you can also find the specific data and reports that actually provide useful information. When you’re able to easily access actionable analytics data without leaving WordPress, you’ll be more likely to use it. And that’s a good thing!
Here are some of the best Analytics plugins
This is easily one of the most popular plugins that listed on the WordPress plugins directory.
It is popular because, in addition to helping you add the Google Analytics tracking code to your WordPress site, it also lets you view traffic reports inside your WordPress dashboard, as well as helping you take advantage of some deeper Google Analytics functionality.
GA Google Analytics
This is not like MonsterInsights, rather this plugin gives you in-dashboard report and other advanced features and its prime focus is on making it easy to add the Google Analytics tracking code to your WordPress website.
GA Provides features like:
Another great feature here is the option to exclude Admin users from being tracked. This helps make sure that you don’t mess up the accuracy of your data by including your own actions.
This plugin will let you add the Google Analytics tracking code to WordPress either via simple sign-in procedure or by manually pasting the code. Once you include your Google Analytics account, you can start using the new Analytics Counter interface to view all the Google Analytics data for your site. This is an easy-to-use plugin.
You can say it is a freemium plugin that helps you add the Google Analytics tracking code and makes all of your analytics data accessible in your WordPress.
This will give you quick look at the most important metrics for your website, also compared current metrics to past periods. You can access Analytify pretty much anywhere on your WordPress dashboard. The plugin doesn’t just give you an overall dashboard for your stats. You can also see stats for specific posts/pages when you go to the Posts or Pages menus in your WordPress dashboard.
Other features like:
And finally, if you want to view stats for particular content, Analytify offers the most detailed in-dashboard reporting. Have you used any of these plugins? Let us know your favorite Analytics plugins in the comment section below.