Top WordPress web analytics and statistics plugins

Here I’m listing top wordpress statistics plugins.

1. Stats

This plugin is created by Automattic to focus on just the most popular metrics a blogger wants to track and provide them in a clear and concise interface.

To run this plugin, all you need is to put in your API Key and the rest is automatic.

It shows your pageviews, which posts and pages are the most popular, where your traffic is coming from, and what people click on when they leave. It’ll also add a link to your dashboard which allows you to see all your stats on a single page.

2. Google Analytics for WordPress

The Google Analytics for WordPress plugin automatically tracks and segments all outbound links from within posts, comment author links, links within comments, blogroll links and downloads. It also allows you to track AdSense clicks, add extra search engines, track image search queries and it will even work together with Urchin.

3. Blog Stats by W3Counter

This plugin adds W3Counter’s free web stats to your WordPress dashboard, and adds a widget for automatically adding the tracking code to your sidebar.

It requires a free web stats account from

4. StatCounter Plugin

This is the official StatCounter WordPress Plugin brings you real-time detailed stats about the visitors to your wordpress blog.

5. Woopra Analytics Plugin

Woopra is the most comprehensive, information rich, easy to use, real-time Web tracking and analysis application. You can track of visitors coming and going and moving through your site as they happen. Live. You get the stats you need now.

6. mySTAT

myStat plugin shows more than 50 reports in the system. The system is easy to install and to set up; it allows counting all the visitors of your web-site – both humans and robots. All visits data is stored at your server, which meets safety and confidentiality requirements.

7. GoingUp! Web Analytics

GoingUp! integrates popular analytics & SEO tools in one easy-to-use interface to see how your website is performing from all points-of-view.

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2 Responses

Ben January 1, 2010 at 6:21 pm

Oh wow – i would definetley add clicktale to this list. I use it on a few of my sites and it has helped me a lot. Its heatmaps of scrolling, clicks, attention and now eye movement are second to none. It also offers live videos of your customers journey through your site. A serious reccomendation!!!

TechiePark January 1, 2010 at 6:21 pm

Thanks Ben for bringing this to our notice.

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