Best data analysis setup?

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It's quite confusing out there. I've used Google Analytics and Firebase so far, but wondering what people think it's the best setup for an app-based solution. I've found so far Mixpanel, Amplitude, Hotjar, Appfigures as possible solutions. But I haven't found a conclusive answer on what's the best setup, whether it is one solution or multiple ones at the same time.


Solomon Bush
I built my own solution for Log Harvestor I use websockets b/c they allow a low latency feed from my customers and don't get stopped by AdBlockers. The biggest downside is that their is no solution out there that's easy to implement. So you have to build it yourself :)
Angi Bowman
Hi Gaia! We primarily rely on Lucky Orange for visitor behavior, Google Analytics and Chart Mogul. Our tech stack also includes Google Search Console, SEMrush and DataBox. We like looking at the full picture of visitors on your website. I work at Lucky Orange, so it's natural to use it for nearly every single thing we do. We use Lucky Orange to analyze :-). But really, knowing everything someone did on your site is so critical. Are they moving where we expected them to move? Are they clicking where we expected them to click? What is their journey like from landing page to conversion?
Hiya @gaialiciabalossi I'd suggest trying some of the ones you've came across out. R read trust pilot/reviews of the products
Alina Ihnatiuk
Google Data Studio
Fabian Maume
You need one quantitative analytics: Google Analytics or Firebase. This will give you high value stats to see how your app is doing. To go one step further you need some qualitative analytics: Hotjar or Smartlook Qualitative Analytics. This will help you to understand why your stats are going in one direction or the other. I tag manager like GTM or segment will help you deploy en maintain several analytics solution at the same time.