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.

  2. Adobe Analytics is an industry-leading solution that empowers you to understand your customers as people and steer your business with customer intelligence.

  3. Mixpanel is the most advanced analytics platform in the world for mobile & web.

  4. Matomo is an open-source web analytics platform

  5. Google Tag Manager helps make tag management simple, easy and reliable by allowing marketers and webmasters to deploy website tags all in one place.

  6. Track your customers' web and mobile activity, forms, emails, support tickets and more, all in one place with customer analytics. Analyze and take action.

  7. Giving you the knowledge you need to make better decisions. Kissmetrics is a revolutionary person-based analytics platform for your whole team. Get product, sales, marketing, customer support working together to improve the metrics that matter.

  8. Google Analytics 360 gives businesses the tools you needed to better understand customers. They can then use those customer insights to grow.

  9. Analytics for web and iOS. Heap automatically captures every user action in your app and lets you measure it all. Clicks, taps, swipes, form submissions, page views, and more.

  10. Piwik is the leading open-source analytics platform that gives you more than just powerful analytics: Free open-source software 100% data ownership User privacy protection User-centric insights Customisable and extensible

  11. Chartbeat shows you real-time traffic to your website and allows you to set alerts for any downtime or spikes in traffic.

  12. Open Web Analytics - Web Analytics – Open Source Web Analytics Framework


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Hi Shane, Great resource! I have been using GA and StatCounter but didn’t aware of the alternatives. I will definitely take a look at them all. I noticed that both GA and StatCounter don’t seem to give accurate counts – like I can take a look at StatPress WP plugin and they are showing visitors; but both GA and StatCounter...

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