Top 10 Analytics tools to track website

We all believe Google Analytic’s is the best tool for monitoring website visitors, however if you use alternative tools, then you know the taste of real statistics between Google Analytics and others. Here I am giving some of the top 10 from my list that have been analyzed.

  1. Google Analytics
  2. Google Analytics
    Google Analytics

Google Analytices is the world’s largest tool for analyzing websites and most webmasters blindly use Google Services. It is top one for me because easy to evaluate online traffic.

2. Piwik

Piwik
Piwik

Piwik is the open source analytic’s tool and some of the open source software are integrated with for easy to handle. It will help in few other ways, than Google Analytics because Google doesn’t show referral visits or full search traffic in their data.

3. StatCounter

Statcounter
Statcounter

StatCounter tool is free for some part as they allow only limited stats for viewing as free member, but paid option gives more ways to evaluate the website. I suggest anyone to use this Statcounter along with Google Analytics for analyzing the website in order to get accurate visitor traffic.

4. Clicky

Clicky
Clicky

Clicky is another tool for examining sites, although it is free, but using paid account would be excellent for tracking sites. You cannot disappointed with Clicky because they offer excellent statistics such as involvement.

5. Site Meter

Sitemeter
Sitemeter

Site Meter can really help in monitoring of the customers, as where they came, why they came to your site and when they left or returned again. One can analyze the product interests in customers as how much they needed. Try for free and see the distinction between Google Analytics, Sitemeter.

Site Meter can offer some Precise statistics of sites and they are really useful to go entrepreneurs or designers in creating sites.

6. Woopra

Woopra
Woopra

Woppra is too good, but haven’t used because of no space to insert codes for too many clients in website. Woopra have some great tools that can Analyze customers data and forward to you in bold letters. Using so many tools we get good data in developing our websites furthermore.

7. Awstats

Awstats
Awstats

Awstats is similar to all other analyzing tools, but just little handy for us because we all use blindly Google Analytics. This Awstats generates stats for FTP, web-mail instead of website and it is open-source for life-time.

8. Jawstats

Jawstats
Jawstats

Jawstats is a free web page statistics to evaluate web page just like Search engines Analytics. It uses Awstats to generate precise results of web page Analytics. It is simple and fast to set up, works with user-friendly atmosphere, facilitates multi-language with web 2.0 websites.

9. W3 counter

W3counter
W3counter

W3counter is similar to Statcounter, but little different in environment. W3counter offers a free package to evaluate their site and implement them on websites. Giving a try is not hard work, but you will observe the difference between Google analytics, W3counter. As we see most of the visitors aren’t shown in Google Analytic’s because they don’t want to demonstrate complete outcomes.

10. Whos amung.us

Whos Among Us
Whos Among Us

Whos Among Us is a new website tool to monitor visitors for free, but they have an option to upgrade Pro account where we get fully information regarding visitors and track them easily.  It’ is quick to add the code either using widget or directly in the site, blog. Add this code too using other counters too in order to examine visitors.

 

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Endla Suresh is a Professional Blogger and the Founder and CEO of EndlaSuresh.com. Follow him on Twitter , Google Plus and Facebook

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