If you want your website/business/eCommerce store/etc. to be successful, you need data. Data helps you understand your visitors, your marketing efforts, your content, and more.
Are you interested in a WordPress analytics solution that’s not named Google Analytics? Matomo, formerly known as Piwik, just released a dedicated WordPress analytics plugin
Looking to create a WordPress heatmap so you can see exactly what your visitors do while they’re on your site? With a heatmap, you can
Google Site Kit is an official plugin from Google that helps you integrate data and features from multiple Google tools into your WordPress dashboard. Google
If you want your eCommerce store to be as successful as possible, you need to continuously optimize it to improve your conversion rate and your
In this (Really) Marvellous Metrics review we’ll be taking a look at this new WordPress plugin that has been created to help you easily track
Interested in a Google Analytics alternative for your WordPress site? Google Analytics is generally most webmasters’ go-to tool when it comes to website analytics. But
When it comes to website analytics, Google Analytics is undoubtedly the gold standard. But…it’s by no means the only option when it comes to analytics
Ever wished that you could get more insights from Google Analytics? The default Google Analytics tracking code gives you some helpful information about where your
Analytics get boring. Maybe that’s the reason so many businesses and bloggers stop using them after a few weeks or months. Personally, I can’t stand the monotony of stats, but I do force myself to go through website and email newsletter analytics every week.
It should come as no surprise to you that today’s most successful website owners meticulously track their website’s metrics. After all, tracking and analyzing site
As I’m sure many of you can attest to viewing analytics for your WordPress site is not only helpful in determining what works, what doesn’t,