Best Stats Plugin For Your WordPress Blog

Made a huge brand which influences hundreds of thousands of readers from across the world is really the big thing, but more importantly it would be an important task to have the best stats tool out there with you which helps you getting the second-by-second update over different things, say for example measuring the web traffic to the social media numbers and so on. In this article, I have collected those best WordPress stats plugins which will help you keeping an eagle eye on everything.

Download Monitor

Download Monitor is a plugin for uploading and managing downloads, tracking downloads, and displaying links.

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ProgPress

The plugin easily insert progress meters into your content and/or sidebars.

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Hit Sniffer Live Blog Analytics

The plugin is a powerful real time website visitor activity tracker. It will monitor your website visitors actions live and in real time.

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CM Download Manager

The plugin enables you to upload, manage, track and support documents or files in a directory listing structure for others to use and comment.

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AJAX Hits Counter + Popular Posts Widget

The plugin counts page/posts hits via AJAX. It is ideal for nginx whole-page-caching or caching plugins. Popular Posts Widget included.

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Top 10 – Popular posts plugin for WordPress

The plugin helps you track daily and total visits on your blog posts. Display the count as well as popular and trending posts.

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TwitterCounter

The plugin integrate TwitterCounter.com badges on your blog to display the number of followers you have on Twitter.

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Social Count Plus

The plugin display the counting data of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Steam Community, SoundCloud posts and comments.

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Visits counter

The plugin counts current online users and overall users on your page.

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StatCounter – Free Real Time Visitor Stats

The plugin brings you all the powerful StatCounter features to your WordPress blog.

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Count per Day

The plugin shares visit Counter, shows reads and visitors per page, visitors today, yesterday, last week, last months and other statistics.

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ExtraWatch Live Stats and Visitor Counter PRO

The plugin allows you to watch your visitors live stats and bots in real-time from the administration back-end.

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Blog Stats by W3Counter

The plugin adds real-time blog stats to your dashboard including visitor activity, top posts, top referrers, searches and locations of your visitors.

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Electric Studio Download Counter

The plugin gives statistics about your downloads.

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Uji Countdown

The plugin is an HTML5 Customizable Countdown Timer.

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Simple Counters

The plugin adds simple counters badge (Facebook friends or fans and Twitter followers) to your blog.

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T(-) Countdown

The plugin will display a highly customizable, flash-free countdown timer as a sidebar widget or in a post or page using a shortcode.

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Post Pay Counter

The plugin will easily calculate and handle author’s pay on a multi-author blog by computing every written post remuneration based on admin defined rules.

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Thank You Counter Button

The plugin adds ‘Thank You’ button to every post/page, counts and shows a total number of visitors ‘thanks’ for post/page.

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Counterize

The plugin is a complete counter and statistics plugin with no external library dependency.

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Subscribers Text Counter

The plugin let you create your customized twitter followers, Facebook fans, YouTube Subscribers, WordPress members’ counters.

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WP-PostViews

The plugin enables you to display how many times a post/page had been viewed.

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  • Nice set of plugins here that I wouldn’t have thought to look for, but I might give some a whirl, especially the stats plugins. I guess these add functionality for the more serious and savvy bloggers, great that you’ve brought these to light for me, thank you.

    • Appreciate your words Jeff while we always try to bring the best of onboard. 🙂
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