Analytics tools for lifestyle bloggers
For the ultimate list of best blogging resources and tools for women's lifestyle bloggers, check out the A-Z directory.


3.5 4 votes

Buffer is a tool that allows you to share content on your social networks (including Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and LinkedIn). It schedules links you like to be shared throughout the day (including while you sleep), and also provides analytics.

Learn more about: Buffer


3.3 3 votes

AddThis provides sharing and following icons, as well as related post suggestions and analytics. The data provided claims to tell you how your pages are being shared and who your most influential readers bringing traffic to your site are.

Learn more about: AddThis
3.5 4 votes is a URL shortener. Use it to shorten, share and analyze tracking links when tweeting links to your blog posts. Use as is, or sign up to keep a record of your link stats.

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Google Analytics

Google Analytics
4 3 votes

Google Analytics is Google‘s tracking tool. Once tracking code is placed within a blog, bloggers can receive info including unique visitors and page views. Another feature is “In-Page Analytics” which is similar to a heat map.

Learn more about: Google Analytics

Crazy Egg

Crazy Egg
3.3 3 votes

Crazy Egg provides three types of heat maps that can be connected to your blog to show you where your visitors are clicking in a visual format. Good for bloggers who want to get the most out of their layout.

Learn more about: Crazy Egg


3.7 3 votes

Mouseflow is like a video heatmap. By adding code to your blog, Mouseflow provides mouse tracking, video playback of what your visitors are seeing on their screen and link analytics.

Learn more about: Mouseflow


2.3 3 votes

Quantcast is an analytics tool bloggers can use to gain detailed visitor demographics and audience insights at the site and conversion level. This info includes traffic, demographics, geography, and categories of interest.

Learn more about: Quantcast


3.8 4 votes

Woopra is an analytics that gives bloggers the opportunity to see exactly which pages their visitors are looking at while they’re looking at them. It also includes a live-chat support feature.

Learn more about: Woopra


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