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List of Popular Site Analytics WordPress Plugins For Real Time Status

A website created with is a great idea. But do you know if it is optimized to drive more inbound traffic? There are many innovative plugins for analyzing the efficacy a website created with WordPress. Here’s a list of some really useful ones:

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# 1: All in One Webmaster – This plugin helps you to integrate Google Webmaster Central, Alexa Rank, Bing WebMaster Center, BlogCatalog, Yahoo Site Explorer and Facebook Insights all together in one side-header on your website. You can even add additional HTML components later on without having to edit the main WordPress template. It is a “one solution for all” plugin.

# 2: Keyword Statistics – This plugin automatically segregates the keywords and checks them for density and placement. Are the keywords placed such that search engines will find them quickly? Is the homepage overcrowded with keywords? Over enthusiasm in using keywords defeats the SEO purpose because search engines will treat the page as spam and not list it in the search results.

# 3: Stats – When you want simple and precise statistics on how optimized your website is, this plugin is just right for you. With just a click it tracks and reports the number of page views of your website, the most popular posts and pages on/about your site, the volume of incoming traffic and what was the last item visitors had clicked before navigating away from your website.

# 4: Woopra – This is one of the most useful plugins that tracks website activity, collects detailed information and generates a comprehensive report. You can even customize the events you want to track on your WordPress website like number of page views, number of registrations, subscriptions, cart activity, online transactions and mode of payment, etc.

# 5: Google Analytics – Customizing your website-analysis is the most important benefit of this plugin. It tracks the number of clicks on all outgoing links and affiliate links on your site, the number of page views, number of visitors, authentication of visitors, input by visitors and which links generated maximum clicks, and many more. It also counts the number of inbound visitors from blogs, articles, social networking sites, etc. Besides these, the plugin also tracks AdSense clicks, searches for keywords that are part of your image file name, and many other activities related to a website.

# 6: Piwik Analytics – When you want just a basic plugin that tracks downloads from your website, this is the perfect tool for you. It also tracks the number of visitors to your site, conversion rate, keyword efficiency, number visitors filling the contact form, and other equally useful activities on your site.

# 7: GoingUp! Web Analytics – Is a plugin that forms an interface for website visitor analytics and search engine ranking. It tracks and provides reports on entry and exit pages, most popular pages on your site, page rank in search engines with historic analysis, efficacy of keywords with density and placement report, referral activity, and the most popular links or items that are clicked by visitors on your site.

# 8: Analytics 360 – This is a great plugin for your WordPress website that can be made available directly on your dashboard. It is a comprehensive tool that tracks website traffic, trends, favorite pages and links, entry and exit points of the site, etc. It prepares a growth chart the will become your mailing list over time. It also checks which referrals have brought the visitors into your site so that you can plan your online marketing strategies accordingly.

# 9: Google Analyticator – This plugin will add the necessary capabilities for running JavaScript code on your WordPress website or blog. It has built-in widgets that generate an analytical report on volume of visitors and visitor activity on your website.

Most of these analytical plugins for websites created with WordPress are easy to install. They provide real-time analysis of your site with proper tables and charts. They notify you on the volume of activity and tell you which backlinks worked best for you. The plugins also provide real time notifications on which links have remained static for a while. The reports generated by these plugins can then be used to enhance the search engine ranking of your website through more targeted online marketing strategies.

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Amber • March 14, 2013

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  1. Rajesh@Techotips March 14, 2013 - 1:01 pm

    I am using Google Analytics right now and it is an all-in-one complete package. Thanks for the remaining plugins. Great share Amber!

  2. Helen Wright March 15, 2013 - 8:46 am

    Learn something new. I use google analytics , easy for me . Some of them are new for me. I will try it

  3. Ashish Gill March 16, 2013 - 12:12 pm

    Fab post….though i am using Google Analytics for now…but will surely try out other plugins too.

  4. Jordan Singh March 16, 2013 - 7:13 pm

    These Analytics Site help us to get real status of our WordPress Site ! Thanks for this awesome post ! Learned some new sites :)

  5. Micheal March 17, 2013 - 7:37 pm

    Yup these plugins really help to synchronize our blog status with out logging into the dashboards. I think there is a WP plugin for Bing Analytics too.

  6. Jessica March 18, 2013 - 8:29 pm

    This is really good published article. Such a great yet interesting post. Thank you very much for sharing this useful stuff.

  7. PrIyAnGsHu March 19, 2013 - 2:52 pm

    Nice list of analytic plugins for WordPress, but I guess you should have included JetPack too. It’s an all in one plugin to bring in the features of features to, and also allows us to check analytics right from our WordPress dashboards.

  8. Johnny Smyth March 21, 2013 - 10:17 pm

    Use and have heard of most of these though Woopra is a new one on me, will have a look at that. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Anjum Hashir March 26, 2013 - 3:54 pm

    I used most of the plugins frequently and all of them mentioned above are very useful to track blog stats and before reading this article i didn’t know about the plugin Analytics 360 and after using it i found it very useful. This article is very useful for a newbie blogger and also for a pro.

  10. Lorenzo C. March 27, 2013 - 1:08 am

    Also recommend JetPack for accessing analytics. Analytics360 will also show basic analytics from Google as well.

  11. Harkunwar Singh Kochar March 29, 2013 - 2:23 pm

    I am using WordPress.coom Jetpack Stats and Google Analytics both since quite a while. Will try using the other alternatives listed above from now.

  12. Saidur Rahman April 3, 2013 - 8:16 pm

    I was completely unfamiliar with the plugin of Piwik Analytics which mainly works as a visitor counter. now i have to apply it for my WordPress blog. thanks Amber, for posting such a nice article about applies of different plugin for WordPress. THANKS AGAIN.

  13. Kinjalk Tiwari August 5, 2013 - 9:17 am

    I love Google Analyticator .
    It’s light ,easy to use & configure.

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