There are days when you are just tired of using the same tools again and again every day for years, specially when it’s boring data you’re staring at, just pure numbers scattered everywhere, sometimes so much that you start losing your mind and hate math to the core, so bad that.. Okay, you get it.
For those days, here are some awesome free website analytics tool which you can use to track your visitors data.
The all new tool with big brands as clients loving them so far has made it to the top of the list. It starts if you’re just getting started to track the visitors, their duration along with their country, what pages they browsed or if you’re a pro, then there are event and app tracking further integrated codes as well which you can make use of.
Site looks dope too and once you’re logged in, you are gonna feel the awesomeness. They have a free plan so feel free to try them out without losing a penny.
Ever hear the story of two brothers, the elder one became too successful so the younger one just copied the same thing step by step and changed the name to make it look different.
Not to sound mean, but that’s the case of Mixpanel, once you’re in, it just feels like Google Analytics, the colors are the same too but hey, they do the job well. That’s what really counts. They also have a free plan so do check them out!
Well, well, well, this post would be incomplete without StatCounter. The most under-rated low-key data-analytics tool out there in the market. It just works fine for a small website, shows you all the data you need to see to keep a track of how things are going.
No fancy interface, no in-depth magic tricks, just plain basic data for the minimal simple lifestyle. So basic, that you would just take a glance at the numbers and run back to your actual work rather than wasting your time messing with the tool. Their free plan obviously works the best and should give you an idea on how they work.
Well, apart from that, there’s WebStat, Mouseflow, Plausible Analytics and so on, not all free and some with very limited functionality in free version but if you’re willing to spend a few bucks, you can give them a try too.
So, which one it is then this time? I would say Heap wins the final choice award for its absolutely good-looking website design and the in-depth features it offers.