Top 10 Blog Analysis Tools

Blog analysis tools are essential for measuring blog performance – traffic, click ration, conversion rate, and inner page accessibility – and of course, blog analysis allows you to research the particular niche better and prepare plans for higher scalability in terms of SERP and real readership.

Here we give you 10 blog analysis tools every blogger needs to use:

1. Google Analytics

The ‘Bible’ of all bloggers to gain insightful data on blog performance, the new beta version of Analytics has loads of customizable and new features to help you understand your blog better.

Visit Google Analytics

2. Stat Counter

This is a web tracker, with real time details of traffic coming in your site. Sign up for free, copy paste the tracking code on the blog/s, start monitoring and analyzing incoming traffic.

Visit Stat Counter

3. Woopra

Woopra is a good analytical tool for those who run multiple blogs and wants an analytical user interface to track and analyze all the blogs simultaneously.

Visit Woopra

4. Fire Stats

A complete web statistics system with better privacy settings than Google Analytics, gives bloggers real time statistics, search engine keywords and referrers, list of popular pages, recent hits, OS and browser records and works on multiple platforms like Django, Joomla, Media Wiki, Gallery2, WordPress, Drupal and other PHP pages.

Visit Fire Stats

5. Alexa

Alexa is the one-stop platform for checking blog presence demographics, incoming traffic, most searched keywords, back links, country-wise traffic and other search analytics.

Visit Alexa

6. Kissmetrix

Kissmetrix is good for those webmasters who have or are planning to completely monetize their blogs. The Kissmetrix tool accurately points the origin of the visitor, helping the webmaster to increase ROI, along with showing visitor engagement on user content.

Visit Kissmetrix.

7. Crazy Egg

Ever wondered what visitors on your blog do? You can use the heat mapping technology from Crazy Egg to see a visual representation of the blog, what links visitors click on and areas where visitors spend most of their time. On the basis of the heatmap report, you blog engagement can be modified.

Visit Crazy Egg

8. 4Q Suite

Every business blog needs to measure customer feedback. Use the free 4Q Suite tool to create surveys and collect user feedback real time. The survey asks the four most important questions whose answers every blogger wants.

Visit 4Q Suite

9. Yahoo! Web Analytics

If you are into business blogging specifically, give Yahoo! Web Analytics a try too, apart from Google Analytics. Their enterprise level website analytics helps small business owners to increase sales, gain insights about their customers and store data in a non-aggregated form.

Visit Yahoo! Web Analytics

10. Get Clicky

Get Clicky gives real time web analytics of every single blog visitor, the visitors’ page view history. It is available for mobile sites too.

Visit Get Clicky

There are more blog analysis tools. Get started with these first.

Are you already using them? Share with us your experience in the comments section. If you would like us to add more blog analysis tools, let us know that too. We will update the page.


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