Plausible: Privacy-Focused Google Analytics Alternative

Plausible is a simple privacy-friendly analytics tool. It helps you analyze the number of unique visitors pageviews bounce rate and visit duration.

If you have a website you would probably understand those terms. As a website owner it helps you know if your site is getting more visitors over the time from where the traffic is coming and if you have some knowledge on these things you can work on improving your website for more visits.

When it comes to website analytics the one service that rules this domain is the Google8217s free tool Google Analytics. Just like Google is the de-facto search engine Google Analytics is the de-facto analytics tool. But you don8217t have to live with it specially if you cannot trust Big tech with your and your site visitor8217s data.

Plausible gives you the freedom from Google Analytics and I am going to discuss this open source project in this article.


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