Top And Best Alternatives Of Google Analytics

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Google Analytics is popular tools but it is not the only one. If you are not happy with Google analytics then find out top and best alternatives of Google Analytics.




SEOmoz* is probably the biggest SEO community around. It’s a subscription service which gives you full access to their tools including their new ‘web app’ tool- this monitors rankings, links and makes recommendations for the optimization of your site. Like Raven it’s an evolving product and new features and pro tools are regularly added. The main attraction of SEOmoz pro membership is the access to their Linkscape data – an index of backlinks across the web which you can access via the Open Site Explorer tool or through an API. SEOmoz made a couple of interesting acquisitions in the past year which expands their toolset and gives an indication of where they’re software is likely to be going. SEOmoz memebership now gives you access to Followerwonk, a twitter analysis tool and SEOmoz also brought local SEO tool GetListed, which is likely to mean an integration of more local SEO features inside the SEOmoz pro tool in the future.





Clicky is one of the most popular web analytics tools available in the market. Similar to Google Analytics, you can tackle all the analytics needs of your online business. It is equipped with a plethora of features to add more dimensions to your analytics data: heat maps visibility and capability to connect it to your goals, split tests and more. Aside from all the basic analytics features, if your business is more focused on twitter promotion, this tool provides you with a twitter monitoring feature. There is a free trial version that lasts 21 days and you can paid versions in $9.99 – $19.99/mth.




3. Kissmetrics

Unlike other metrics companies, instead of putting effort in providing the figures of page views of your website, this tool came with a different concept, focusing more on people’s data – what they do in your site, that’s what Kissmetrics tells you. If you sell products on your website, this tool will be useful. With the insights you get from it, you will know what approaches to take on your business to convert unknown visitors into loyal customers. The concept of focusing much on people’s data wouldn’t be applicable without a boatload of features, such as A/B split tests, Testing / Staging sandboxes, Real Time Data Monitoring / Debugger Tool and others. For all these tools, be ready to fork out steep fees to get what it’s worth. Monthly fees start from $150/month.




4. Woopra

Pretty much like Kissmetrics, Woopra’s main focus is on the customer behavior on your site. The dashboard is simple, easy to use and comes with excellent features to decipher the engagement of your customers in your website. This visibility allows you to focus what matters the most to drive your online business. Woopra features retention analytics, funnel analytics and segmented analytics to take your customer behavior insights to a whole new level. The interesting tool that may catch your action is the “custom notification.” This alerts you instantly about your visitors’ activities on your website to your e-mail. The free version can last you 30 days and priced plans go from $79.95-199.95/mth. 






Mixpanel is an analytics platform that prides itself for being “the most advanced analytics platform ever for mobile and the web.” The dashboard is attractive and with a clean design. The segmentation tool allows you to collect in real-time detailed information about the users of your application using complex queries without any SQL skills. Its even more easy to understand conversions in your website and the lifetime value of a customer by using a method called funnel analysis. Mixpanel has two packages: engagement plans and people plans. There is a free version but if you want more, check out the pricing which depends upon your application model, number of profiles and data points. 






Foxmetrics is an event tracking and web analytics tool that aims at supplying the users with all the standard analytics features to drive their online businesses. Analytics companies have realized that people’s data speak louder than page views. The platform’s main focus is on the actions and activities of visitors on the users’ websites. Giving much relevancy to the customer behavior has proven to the most effective approach for users to know every customer. Foxmetrics has 4 plans which you can try out for 14 days (on trial): small, medium and large which has prices around $20 – $120/month as well as one for high volume (custom pricing).




A Few More


7. Mint

Mint has common essentials you need plus Birdfeeder, which allows you to view analytics data of your feed subscription patterns.





8. Gauges

Gauges’ dashboard is based on delivering services with simplicity. You have a full display and access to the features in a single place. The pricing ranges from $6 to $48 per month, but you can start with a trial version.




9. ChartBeat

Not sure how to interpret analytics data of your website? Chartbeat converts complex data into simplistic and easy-to-understand insights. 30 days is sufficient time to analyze if the tool is worth its salt before thinking of getting a premium account.





10. W3Counter

W3counter is a real-time web stats tool for bloggers and website owners. Alongside W3Counter you can identify what pages are engaging the most and have access to insights of your traffic source. The bottom line is that the sign-up is free.





11. Gosquared

Like other great tools, Gosquared is a real-time web analytics platform. The dashboard reveals a great dynamism of showing the analytics of your website. The premium account varies from $9 – $99, monthly.



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