18 Alternatives to Fathom Analytics v2
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Business & Personal Growth TipsInterview with Mike Roberts Founder of SpyFu and Nacho Analytics: If you had the opportunity to research your competitors' data, would you? Well, you can! Tune in to hear Founder of SpyFu and Nacho Analytics Mike Roberts explain the importance of historical data in digital marketing.
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Elementaryprivacy #web We've always believed that our user experience doesn't just begin when people use elementary OS; it begins from the first moment that someone interacts with our organization in any way. And for a lot of people, that experience starts with our website.
changelogPlausible creators Uku Täht and Marko Saric join the show to talk about their open source, privacy-friendly alternative to Google Analytics. We talk through the backstory of the project, why it's open source, the details behind a few viral blog posts Marko shared to bring in a ton of new interest to the project, why pr...
Freshman - Articles and tutorials on Software developmentGoogle analytics has been my go-to analytics tool ever since I became a web developer a few years ago. It's the de-facto standard for website usage tracking and is free to use, feature-rich and easily accessible on web and mobile. However, over the last couple of months, I contemplated moving away from the service for some reasons.
GarronI am not going to discuss about whether logging visitors is a good or a bad practice, I am going to assume that this has already been analyzed and decided, and that the final decision is that logging visitors and statics is needed. With that defined, now comes the question, which logging solution should be used.
Plausible AnalyticsApple has announced that Safari will start blocking Google Analytics from cross-site tracking. Site owners now fear that Google Analytics stats will become less accurate. We are working on a leaner and more transparent alternative to Google Analytics that's called Plausible Analytics and that comes without all the privacy baggage.
TechCrunchOver 90% of the fastest-growing open-source companies in 2020 were founded outside the San Francisco Bay Area, and 12 out of the top 20 originate in Europe, according to a new study. The "ROSS Index", created by Runa Capital, lists the fastest-growing open-source startups with public repositories o...
YarmoAbout a month ago, I started collecting website usage data using both Plausible.io and logs generated by Caddyserver, my reverse proxy. The goal was to compare the data sources, just like Marko Saric did in a post on the Plausible blog. Here's a quick overview of the results.