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Search Engine Keywords Performance - Analytics Platform - Matomo
Some years ago most search engines decided to hide keywords from the referrer urls, which made it impossible for web analytics tools to report reliable keyword statistics. Using this feature you can now get back powerful insights into how your audience searches on Google, Bing and Yahoo!

Which queries caused your website to appear in search results? Which queries result in more traffic to your website than others? The plugin adds new reports to your Matomo (Piwik) which give you the exact list of all keywords searched by users on these search engines. You can finally go beyond the “keyword not defined” issue and get deep SEO insights in Matomo.
webanalytics 
december 2018 by mclinn
Open Web Analytics
Easy, Open, Web Analytics.
Open Web Analytics (OWA) is open source web analytics software that you can use to track and analyze how people use your websites and applications. OWA is licensed under GPL and provides website owners and developers with easy ways to add web analytics to their sites using simple Javascript, PHP, or REST based APIs. OWA also comes with built-in support for tracking websites made with popular content management frameworks such as WordPress and MediaWiki.

For more information about OWA, it’s features, and how to install, visit the OWA Documentation Wiki or the Demo & Examples site.
opensource  webanalytics  php  linux 
december 2018 by mclinn
Access Watch: Open Source Web Traffic Processor
A flexible stream processor for developers to analyze and control web traffic.
traffic  webanalytics  monitoring  analytics 
august 2018 by riemino
アクセス解析担当が必ずやってるGoogleAnalytics設定のまとめ【2018年版】 - Qiita
GA がユーザごとに設定している ClientID をカスタムディメンションで送信すると、個別ユーザ単位での行動解析が可能になる。
webanalytics  googleanalytics  gtm 
april 2018 by yoshiagi
対象ページの前後を調べる方法[アナリティクスの使い方][連載6号] | YAMAYOKO.com
対象ページを絞り込み、その後、画面上部の「ナビゲーションサマリー」から前後のページを確認できる。
googleanalytics  webanalytics 
march 2018 by yoshiagi
Open Web Analytics
Open Web Analytics (OWA) is open source web analytics software that you can use to track and analyze how people use your websites and applications.
opensource  analytics  web  webanalytics 
january 2018 by kwbr

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