Fathom Analytics v2

Simple & private analytics for bloggers & businesses

Over 1 million people use our software to know what’s important and popular on their websites. We don’t collect personal or invasive data about your users, nor do we use cookies, meaning you don’t have to show pesky notices to users about cookie tracking.
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Hey all, Today is huge for us... we've been working on version two of Fathom for months and it's finally live. We rebuilt it from the ground up to be faster, simpler and even do more (like track goals). Our backend scales with our customers, so huge spikes won't slow us or your down, and our tracker is served from a global CDN. We created Fathom because there weren't any other simple and privacy focused analytics platforms out there... we just wanted to get all our data from a single screen, and not give up any personal data about our users at the same time. We don’t collect personal or invasive data about your users, nor do we use cookies, meaning you don’t have to show pesky notices to users about cookie tracking. We’re GDPR compliant too. PS: We even updated our marketing site (using Statamic), and there are now 243% more cats. 😸
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@pjrvs Congrats on launching!
@m1guelpf Thanks so much :)
@pjrvs congrats! I've been really tempted to make the switch from Google Analytics for a while, the simplicity of Fathom is just as exciting as the privacy controls. Is there any way to import data from GA? I don't even know if they make it possible, but I would love to be able to keep our historical data (even if we ditch most of it).
@pjrvs oops, just saw your reply down below.
@andrewaskins Ya, you can always keep GA for historical data reasons, but we don't have a importer :)
I’ve been using Fathom v1 for my personal site and I can’t wait to get this!
@mijustin Appreciate all your support Justin! Get into your dashboard, V2 is waiting patiently for you :)
This looks rad! I've just signed up for a trial and set it up on my site. Is there a way for me to import historical GA data (just the things that are shown on the Fathom dashboard)? Or will it mean I have to start fresh with my analytics?
@charliprangley We don't have a GA import, but you can start fresh (and just keep your GA account for historical data if you need it). We have thought about an importer, but haven't got there yet in terms of features.
@pjrvs no worries. It'd be really useful to have, but not essential.
@pjrvs congrats on getting it out there :D
@brian_mchale Thank you Brian!
This is awesome. Congrats on the launch!
@cameron_mccool Thanks so much sir!