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To maintain your blog traffic you must analyze the traffic stats daily and work to improve it every week or every month. But to analyze these stats you must have stats tracking tool with you, so in my today’s article I am going to give you a list of top WordPress plugins that will help you to track your daily blog statistics.

8 Great Plugins To Track Stats1. Google Analytics Plugin : This plugin allows you to use the powerful Google Analytics to track your WordPress stats. It logs 404 errors and also keep track of searches. Click here to download.

2. WordPress Wassup Plugin : It can track your visitors in real time. Has got a very readable and fancy admin console to keep tracks of your blog’s users visits. Click here to download.

3. WordPress Statpress : Using StatPress you can spy your visitors while they are surfing your blog or check which are the preferred pages, posts and categories. Once it is activated, it immediately starts to collect statistics information. Click here to download.

4. WordPress SlimStat : It tracks visits as per defined by Google Analytics, you can filter IP addresses to ignore a visit record, very compressed to it has low load on server. Click here to download.

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5. WP Stats : Display your WordPress blog statistics ranging from general total statistics and top 10 statistics. Click here to download.

6. Piwik Analytics WordPress Plugin : It adds the piwik javascript code into every page of your weblog, so you don’t have to code PHP to add it to your templates. Click here to download.

7. WP OnlineCounter : A plugin for WordPress which counts the number of currently online visitors, the highest number of visitors online at the same time, and the total count of visitors. You can configure what should be displayed and how it should look like through its own options page in your WordPress dashboard. Click here to download.

8. Generic Statistics : It allows you to add any statistics tracking code to your WordPress blog without having to edit your WordPress Template’s code. Click here to download.

 

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From India, Gagan is a blogger / Web Designer, Developer and founder of CreativeBloggingIdeas

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    49 Comments

    • howtoblogz

      Hi all,
      Every successful blogger likes stats, i also love to check stats even in the morning when i go to work online i always check stats first. In this blog author has provided decent source of stats plugins. thanks to author for great sharing i personally like google analytics plugin.
      wordpress stat plugin is also nice.

    • DSQ

      I'm using StatPress and GoogleAnalytics.

      StatPress shows 180 visitors
      GA shows only 25 visitors…

      can someone explain?

      • S.Pradeep Kumar

        Yes, they differ. They use different algorithms to calculate your visitors. Or maybe are you sure about the type of visitors you compared? Unique visitors and normal visitors?

    • Kim

      Many thanks for this post!!!
      I was searching for a long time for a good stat plugin and now I found it!

    • Narayanan

      Which is the best Plugin to Use for Site Stats

    • Harry Sehgal

      Its Nice. I will surely try one soon.

    • Suresh Peter

      i think no need of any plugins 😀 , if you add more more plugins to your wordpress site, the site speed will reduce, just add google analytics code and get the work done 🙂

    • Anand Kumar

      Great post!

      1 Question!! I installed WordPress Stat and Google Analytics to my blog. Strangely I found difference between Preview Count. WordPress Stats shows more page-view than Google Analytics. Similarly Adsense Impression is same as Google Analytics but less than WP-Stats.

      Why is So? Is their anything with Cache Plugin!

      • S.Pradeep Kumar

        Google Analytics visits are not proper these days, especially due to their new algorithm & content farm thing mate.

        Maybe you can disable the cache plugin and check for next day. 🙂

    • Lalit

      Hey dude, the download link for WordPress Wassup plugin doesn't work.. Please check out!! 🙂

    • Abhimanyu

      Thanks! WordPress wassup plugin rocks.

      Cheers.

    • Rohit | Ipod Touch 4G

      really nice list…just saw it..thanks might use some in my new site…

    • 1skyliner

      Beneficial list.you are able to also use sitemeter which isn’t a plugin though but you can easily add 2 line javascript in your blog and you’ll bring elaborate statistic report of your web log.

    • Darwin Web Design

      Some of the plugins listed there are really familiar with me but there are some that are new to me and that are very interesting. Knowing the stats of your blog is really important to know where you have to focus and where you are already excelling.

    • Joel from hgh

      Nice list. Stats press is favorite one. no api no code. Install and go! Statcounter official plugin can be included too!

    • Directory Sieve

      i check the stats on the analytics, though i don’t have the google analytics plugin for wordpress yet, but am looking foreword to use it soon. When it comes to stats i only prefer analytics and also another thing to keep in mind is that a stats plugin will always slow your blog so no point keeping more than one 🙂

    • Asad Khan

      Good list.You can also use sitemeter which is not a plugin though but you can easily add 2 line javascript in your blog and you will get detailed statistic report of your blog.

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    • edwor

      This seems a nice collections and it can be very useful list for me as i love wordpress.

    • Net Age | Web Design

      Google Analytics is just the bare minimum everybody should have on their websites. It horrifies me when I speak to people who have no clue about analytics, tracking and statistics. You should see their eyes light up when they "get" it…LOL

      • Directory Sieve

        yeah, the feel of the “first time analytics” experience is really cool. we all remember, don’t we, how it was to see the first of the visits come to our blogs and sites and which urls were referring and which keywords were sending the traffic… it truly lights up the eyes 🙂

    • P.K.ARUN

      Dude thanks for listing stats plugin. I added statpress Reloaded plugin to my site 🙂

    • Vinay

      Awesome collections of plugins. Installed all plugins in the list. Hope everything works fine. 🙂

    • Mike S.

      I use nStatistics 2.0 (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/nstatistics/). I like it because it have graphs with zoom function and graphs per day and hours. It is great and olso I like row visits table and crawlers statistics witch is separate then users unique visits. Other stats plugins count in same place crawlers and real visitors witch always give a false statistics.

    • Anurag

      thanks for some links. i have now installed some of them.

    • Rohit Sane

      A really cool list by Gagan! I am not really using any of these..I just use the Google Analytics code embedded in the theme for all the statistical analytics.. I will surely give a try to some of these..

    • Siddharth

      Thats a cool collection 🙂
      Am using Google analytics..

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    • chandan@work at home blog

      All are some nice plug in. I am using statcounter plug in as statcounter is my most favorite site for check my blog stats.

    • Tech Sputter

      really a awesome collection dude nice share really 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • Windows Dedicated

      AWESOME collection! 🙂
      I will definitely start using them!!

    • Dennis Edell | Direct Sales Marketing

      Some I've never heard of before.

      I'm looking for simple in use,. but comprehensive enough in the stats it provides.

    • Arafat Hossain Piyada

      I already use Statpress but after 2-3 month I remove it as it eat my database space too fast. However, other are just new name for me.

    • Anish K.S

      I am not using any pluggings for anlaytics, its just pasted at footer.

    • GDI Blog

      I use Wass-Up Plugin but this take an size of 30MB on database so i use to delete stats older than 3 months so this save me a lot of space on database 🙂

    • blinkky

      I use some plugin in the list =)

    • mobile phone

      How popular are some of these that aren’t google analytics? Anaylitics gives me more stats than I know what to do with….is there something in the other ones that is actually valuable?

    • Farukh

      Great Collection dude.. But Answer me, how much they slows down our site. I am using Google analytics.

    • Biodun

      Nice list, am more familiar with google analysis and WP Stats, thanks for this. WordPress rocks with many plugin to make all effective!

    • Genite

      if we are using lots of tracking application in wordpress than, Is these plug-ins make my blog show?

    • mercruiser

      Really this all are very nice plug ins & very useful plug ins thanks for sharing information about that plug ins.

    • Samuel

      Nice collection of tools thanks bro i really nid to try em !

    • Rajeel

      Hey gagan,
      useful post for Newbies like me… 🙂

    • Sandeep Singh

      this is preety cool … i knew only GOOGLE ANALYTICS !! will surely try the others out ….

    • Dev | Technshare

      Hey Gagan,
      Great list of WP Stats plugins. WordPress SlimStat and WP Stats plugin are really awesome.
      Thanks for sharing this awesome list 🙂

      Thanks,
      -Dev

    • Netchunks

      A nice collection of stats plugin Gagan bro. Of them I have used 3: Wassup, G.A. and WordPress Stat. I will check over the others thanks

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