Google Analytics and Feedburner Reports plugin for WordPress

The WordPress Reports Plugin utilizes information from Google Analytics and from Feedburner and displays the crucial statistics for your blog right in your WordPress “Site Admin” menus. I love it and it’s definitely different information and output compared to the WordPress Stats plugin (plus you don’t need a WordPress.com API).

Features:

  • Provides you with a birds-eye view of what’s going on with your site
  • Retrieves data from Google Analytics and Feedburner
  • Reports are represented visually with graphs
  • Choose the reports you want to view
  • Ability to automatically install the Google Analytics tracking code for you, along with optional outbound link tracking.
  • Includes a WordPress widget to display your most popular content.
  • Automatically check for updates to the plugin
  • Other services coming soon (hopefully)…

Using this information, I can see what is popular in order to focus my content on my visitors, because my posts and this information isn’t just for my benefit.

Below is my Wordpress report as of Saturday, August 25th 2007. 

The Fatty Talks by Adam Hirsch › Reports — WordPress

I’m a little embarrassed but it’s good to show how well/poorly my blog is doing after only 3 months, depending on how you look at it. Comments to make my blog better are much appreciated…

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