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Online Traffic Analyzers You Should Use

In order to successfully plan out and maintain the amount of traffic that you have coming to your website or blog you need to understand your traffic. It’s rather simple to do with a traffic stats and analysis tool. Stancespice.com have decided to compile a list of some of the various traffic statistics and analysis tools that are available for you to use.

Clicky
Clicky is a web-based traffic stats and analysis tool that provides you with many details about the visitors that come to your website or blog. It also supports Ajax and Flash websites. The dashboards is completely customizable which allows for you to choose what you want it to look like.

Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a free traffic statistics and analysis tool that is provided by Google. This tool will provide you with a lot of useful information about the visitors that come to visit you blog or website. It even integrates with Google AdWords which makes it easier for you to learn about the effect your AdWords campaign is having on your website or blog.

Mint
Mint is a pretty powerful traffic stats and analysis tool. That is probably why it is used by many serious bloggers. You can find out plenty of information about your visitors. You can also find out about your feed subscription pattern. There are also some well-designed graphs that helps get the point across quickly.

Open Tracker
Open Tracker is a website traffic statistics and analysis tool that is available for anyone to use. There are many features that work well for monitoring your traffic while finding out specific information about your visitors. You can also monitor your visitors in real-time with Open Tracker.

Site Meter
Site Meter provides its traffic statistics and analysis tool users with the ability to get in-depth information about where their traffic is coming from and their visitors. You can also view your previous year’s traffic information.

StatCounter
StatCounter provides many needed details about the visitors as well as where the incoming traffic is being generated from. You can also find out what country your visitors are from. This will help you to better understand what you can do to tailor specific needs for your majority of visitors.

The more that you know about your website, the better. Traffic is what every website or blog revolves around. By understanding who you are attracting to your blog or website and how you are attracting them, you will be able to promote your blog or website more effectively. That is why there are many traffic stats and analysis tools for you to choose from.

Comments
  1. Hi Nisha Pandey,
    Really thanks Nisha for sharing this article. I personally know about only google analytics but thanks to sharing other traffic analysis sites. So I think this is a very helpful article for me.

    Thanks,
    Ariana Andrason

  2. Currently, I am only using Google analytics. Thanks for upgraduing my knowledge. 🙂

  3. First of all, thanks Nisha for improving my knowledge to track my website using the different other tools excepting the Google Analytics.

    Till date, I use only Search Console, Analytics and Tag Manager.

    I think Tag Manager is something special to track the data using the tags and triggers especially the Events. I use it for events only right now. This could be beneficial for the website owner. Lots of data layers and custom tags may help you to find the accurate and right data.

    Thanks again for this wonderful post.

  4. Such an impressive post shared by you….. I am in this field of online traffic analyzer for last one year but never heard about these tools. Now I am surely gonna to use to them.
    Thanks for this useful stuff….

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