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Top 5 open source alternatives to Google Analytics

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  1. Improve your website to increase conversions, improve the user experience, and make more money using Google Analytics. Measure, understand and quantify engagement on your site with customized and in-depth reports.

    Follow Your Website Analitycs With Umami about 12 days ago:

    The first one is to use a free solution. Let's be honest, we are talking about Google Analytics here, which is already pre-integrated with Jekyll. It is indeed very easy to set up but raises some confidentiality issues as its trackers are very invasive, and all the data collected eventually goes to google.
  2. Matomo is an open-source web analytics platform

    open-source

    What is a good, lightweight, free alternative to Google... about 4 days ago:

    Matomo (formally Piwik). You'll have to self-host this one, but the level of data you get from it is probably going to be the most detailed in comparison to Google Analytics and other alternatives.
  3. Open Web Analytics - Web Analytics – Open Source Web Analytics Framework

  4. AWStats is a Open Source Web Analytics software written in Perl.

  5. Product Analytics and Innovation. Build better customer journeys.

    freemium

    Google Analytics deleted my entire account because I didn't... about 5 months ago:

    Self-hosted alternatives to Google Analytics include: Matomo, open core with a broad feature set: https://matomo.org Countly, open core with desktop and mobile tracking: https://count.ly/ Plausible, open source with a simple feature set: https://plausible.io.
  6. Plausible Analytics is a simple, open-source, lightweight (< 1 KB) and privacy-friendly web analytics alternative to Google Analytics.

    paid Free Trial $6.0 / Monthly (10,000 pageviews)

    Can I use PinPoint as Google Analytics alternative about 3 days ago

    I try to avoid using any google product, whenever I can, especially analytics - but instead of building my own (which you could with many different aws products), might want to look into plausible.io - free and open source (if you host it yourself), or very small monthly charge to use the hosted version - (and there may be other options as well).