One of the main mistakes made in the online world is identifying web analytics with Google Analytics . This is just one of the most used tools (not necessarily the best). And it is that Google, which has a search market share of over 90% in Spain, is not so strong beyond our borders, especially in Soviet-influenced countries or Asian countries, where much lesser-known search engines dominate the market, such as Yandex and Baidu. Just as Google is not the only search engine, neither is its measurement tool the only one. There are many alternatives to monitor the behavior of a web page. This is the case of Matomo, Adobe Omniture, Comscore Dax, etc. As an example, we list below only a part of the web analytics tools , both free and paid, that can be found on the market: Google Analytics: monitoring of visits and interactions.
It has a heat map where you can see the links with the most clicks on the web. Matomo (previously Piwik): the second most popular tool in the field of free web analytics tools. It is open source and free. Yandex Metrica : Free Russian web analytics tool with even more features than Google Analytics. Adobe Omniture : one of the most complete web analytics tools and widely used number list by large media. It is paid and has a high cost. Dax Comscore - Paid tool for large-scale site measurement. Only used by large companies due to its high cost. Kissmetrics : specially adapted for tracking ecommerce sites. The most basic plan starts at $200. Crazy Egg : tool to visualize the place and number of clicks made by users. It is paid, but its cost is not high (9 dollars/month for the basic plan). Feng-gui – Simulates human vision and creates predictions about how the human eye will act on the site.
Charge monthly and for each image on which the analysis is performed. Inspect-let : Record user sessions on video, so that their browsing pattern can be analyzed. It has a free plan with a limit of 100 sessions. Mouse Flow : Record sessions and make heat maps pointing out the points with the most interactions by users. Their free plan includes 100 sessions. Lucky Orange – Real-time analytics, heat maps, form abandonment, with a basic plan that starts at $10 a month. Indicative – Measurement of websites and apps, with a powerful built-in dashboard tool. These are just some of a long list (we have left many). And now, do you still think that web analytics is Google Analytics? post navigation ← Previous post Next entry → Related Posts google tag manager Piwik implementation with Google Tag Manager Matomo , Digital Analytics / By Daniel Urrutia What is Tag Management and how it helps you in Online Marketing Leave a Comment / Digital Analytics / By Daniel Urrutia Open Web Analytics.