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Add a visitor/pageviews count as a Gutenberg block and/or a shortcode
A populair post block with options like: – Plain list, list with image – filter on post type, taxonomy – number of posts – Time Range …or maybe a block variation of the query loop?
I manage a number of websites. I would like to see the benefits of Burst statistics in a more centralized (maybe a stand alone version) manner where I can monitor all of the sites from one location, instead of having to switch to each individual website.
Hi, I use MainWP to maintain my websites : https://mainwp.com/ It would be very useful to have a look to Burst statistics of a website from its dashboard in MainWP. Regards.
I would like to see which external links the visiters click and how many times. Jetpack has this feature where I can see the number of times the links are clicked. I cant see however on what page the visitor clicked on the link. I need this information to track where and how often visitors […]
It would be great if we could export all the data to a csv-file (or a set of csv-files) so that they can be imported to a BI-tool like Qlik or Power BI
Option to send email with statistics to somebody
I know it’s possible in some statistic scripts to not only see from wich search engine the visitor came, but also wich keywords were used.
We would like to see statistics per role – what pages visited the existing customers.
It would be nice to have a widget that shows the most read articles. For example, the last 7 days, 14 days or the last month.
The ability to connect to basic statistics using API REST
A way of anonymously tracking user hits on specific pages from specific referrers, and an ability to drill down regarding the behaviour of those visitors after they landed on the page. This would give us the ability to better dial-in ad campaigns that we may run on specific platforms (ie Facebook, Twitter) but without violating […]
Import data from Google Analytics.