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6 Best WordPress Statistics Plugins

6 Best WordPress Statistics Plugins

I have always been Updating my Blog with the Best WordPress Plugin list. This time I have collected the List of 6 Best WordPress Statistics Plugin.

Most of you will be relied on Google Analytics to check your Blog Statistics and tracking your visitors. If you are on WordPress Platform and looking for Google Analytics, then quickly there exists lots of wordpress statistics plugin.

I have been using these plugins for a while and they also creates detailed reports similar to Google Analytics. So using this plugin can be the Alternative of Google Analytics.

1. Firestats

FireStats is a web statistics system developed by Omry Yadan. It is an excellent stats plugin for WordPress and other self-hosted systems. Able to show detailed information about who’s visited, referrals, search engine terms, countries, browsers and popular pages on your blog.

2. Statpress Reloaded

This plugin shows you real time statistics about your blog. It collects information about visitors, spiders, search keywords, feeds, browsers, OS etc. Once the plugin StatPress has been activated it immediately starts to collect information.

3. PixelStats

Count every viewer and every article view for each blog entry, no matter how and where it is read: pixelstats tracks views of each blog post or page, not only on a single article page but also on each other page where the complete article is shown, i.e. the blog front page, category pages, search result page, archive pages and even RSS feeds.

4. Session Manager

Session Manager differs because what it provides is a very light weight logging implementation with a simple yet effective front end allowing you to view the data in a number of ways.

5. w3Counter Blog Stats

The official WordPress Blog Stats plugin makes integrating W3Counter with a WordPress self-hosted blog easy. The plugin adds W3Counter’s real-time stats to the WordPress admin dashboard, and adds a sidebar widget for integrating the tracking code into the blog’s theme.

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