The 4 Best WordPress Traffic Monitoring Plugins

The best way to track who and how many people are coming to your blog is to use a WordPress traffic monitoring plugin. There are plugins to simplify the use of site monitoring tools like Google Analytics and LiveStats, and plugins that collect and display stats on their own. Some offer extra candy like widgets or offsite number-crunching; some are free and some cost a few bucks a month to use the service the plugin is for. Read on to discover the four very best plugins we found for monitoring WordPress traffic.

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Jarrett Gucci is the owner of Dynasty Web Solutions. A full service Internet presence provider specializing in WordPress development for business owners. Jarrett Gucci along with his team of professionals have designed over 400 WordPress websites. Jarrett Gucci believes strongly in creating websites that are unique, functional and generate referrals.

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