To grow your blog, you need to know something about who’s visiting, why they’re at your site, where they came from, and where they’re going. But to analyze these stats you must have stats tracking tool with you, so in today’s article I have compiled a list of useful statistics WordPress plugins that will help you to track your daily blog statistics. These plugins will help you to analyses your WordPress blog, feed, search statistics. If you like this post, share it with your friends through email and social networks.
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1. WP SlimStat
A powerful real-time web analytic plugin for WordPress.
2. Daily Stat
A fork of Statpress Visitors for very limited space like there is in Free hosting.
3. Hit Sniffer Live Blog Analytics
Hitsniffer analytics is a powerful, yet simple, real time website visitor activity tracker and monitoring tool.
4. Word Stats
Word Stats adds a suite of linguistic diagnostics to help you keep track of your content and improve its quality.
Display your blog’s stats graph plus your blog traffic, social engagement and social influence directly in your dashboard.
6. Bliss Hit Counter
A simple but an effective web hit counter stats plugin for your wordpress blog. Cool layouts that fit for any kind of web design.
Simple statistic tool for feeds. Amount of days that is supposed to be saved in the statistics.
8. Graphical Statistics Report
Graphical statistics report wordpress plugin create the graphical report about monthly user registration, monthly post, monthly comment, category wise post count in the admin.
9. Feed Statistics
Compiles statistics about who is reading your blog via a feed reader and what posts they’re reading.
10. Google Analytics for WordPress
The Google Analytics for WordPress plugin allows you to track your blog easily and with lots of metadata.
MailChimp’s Analytics360 plugin allows you to pull Google Analytics and MailChimp data directly into your dashboard.
12. Blog Stats by W3Counter
Adds W3Counter’s free web stats to your WordPress dashboard, and adds a widget for automatically adding the tracking code to your sidebar.
13. FireStats Charts
This plugin adds a graphical chart of the FireStats statistics plugin on the admin dashboard.
It supports i18n.
What WordPress Statistics Plugins are you using? If you know any other WordPress Statistics Plugins please inform me in comments.