Site Stats for WordPress Sites
Clear, concise, and actionable site stats about visitors and traffic.
How can I measure my site?
Two of the burning questions most website owners want an answer to is “how many visitors came to my website?” and “how can I get more?”
There are various solutions that provide stats about your traffic and visitors, including the highly popular Google Analytics.
Jetpack’s site stats help you answer these questions and give you these benefits:
- Easy, one-click setup and installation with no additional scripts or coding needed.
- Clear and concise numbers about overall traffic by different time periods as well as for individual posts and pages.
- Key insights about most popular times, geographic locations, and search terms.
- Available on mobile.
Start collecting data and stats about your website to help you work out what you can do to attract more visitors.
- Available in your dashboard, on WordPress.com, and in WordPress mobile apps.
- See top posts, searches, referrers, and geographic locations.
- Get insights about most popular content and times.
- Choose to track or exclude registered users.
- Make stats reports available to other registered users.
Part of Jetpack’s suite of traffic tools for WordPress sites including stats, sharing, automatic promotion, related posts, and more.
Frequently Answered Questions
Answers to common questions we get asked. We’d be more than happy to answer any additional questions you may have!
How much do site stats cost?
Site stats are provided for free to all WordPress sites running Jetpack.
Can I also use other analytics services like Google Analytics?
Yes! You can use both on your WordPress installation. The benefit of using WordPress site stats is that you can see a snapshot of your blog’s activity directly from your dashboard. If you want to use another analytics service to give you additional in-depth information, you can certainly do so.
Can I view visitors by country?
Yes! Your WordPress site stats will show you a heatmap of exactly where in the world your site has been receiving its visitors from:
Does this feature honor DNT requests?
Do Not Track (DNT) is a feature in web browsers and web sites that asks advertisers and other web software providers to not track individuals’ browsing habits. As a site owner, you can force the WordPress site stats feature to honor any visitors with DNT enabled and not track their activity (i.e., post and page views) with an easy-to-add snippet.
Can I see who viewed individual posts?
No. Any piece of data explicitly identifying a specific user (IP address, WordPress.com ID, WordPress.com username, etc.) is not visible to the site owner when using WordPress site stats, so you won’t be able to see which specific users or accounts viewed a particular post.