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Pros of Google Analytics
Pros of Lucky Orange
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    Free
  • 925
    Easy setup
  • 886
    Data visualization
  • 696
    Real-time stats
  • 403
    Comprehensive feature set
  • 180
    Goals tracking
  • 153
    Powerful funnel conversion reporting
  • 136
    Customizable reports
  • 83
    Custom events try
  • 53
    Elastic api
  • 13
    Updated regulary
  • 8
    Interactive Documentation
  • 3
    Google play
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    Advanced ecommerce
  • 2
    Walkman music video playlist
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    Medium / Channel data split
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    Easy to integrate
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    Financial Management Challenges -2015h
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    Lifesaver
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    Industry Standard
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    Cons of Google Analytics
    Cons of Lucky Orange
    • 7
      Confusing UX/UI
    • 5
      Super complex
    • 3
      Very hard to build out funnels
    • 2
      Poor web performance metrics
    • 1
      Time spent on page isn't accurate out of the box
    • 1
      Very easy to confuse the user of the analytics
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      What is Google Analytics?

      Google Analytics lets you measure your advertising ROI as well as track your Flash, video, and social networking sites and applications.

      What is Lucky Orange?

      Lucky Orange will help you answer the question of why 99% of visitors that visit your site never turn into customers. It's one of those tools that will have you wondering how you ever lived without it.

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      What are some alternatives to Google Analytics and Lucky Orange?
      Mixpanel
      Mixpanel helps companies build better products through data. With our powerful, self-serve product analytics solution, teams can easily analyze how and why people engage, convert, and retain to improve their user experience.
      Piwik
      Matomo (formerly Piwik) is a full-featured PHP MySQL software program that you download and install on your own webserver. At the end of the five-minute installation process, you will be given a JavaScript code.
      Google Tag Manager
      Tag Manager gives you the ability to add and update your own tags for conversion tracking, site analytics, remarketing, and more. There are nearly endless ways to track user behavior across your sites and apps, and the intuitive design lets you change tags whenever you want.
      Amplitude
      Amplitude provides scalable mobile analytics that helps companies leverage data to create explosive user growth. Anyone in the company can use Amplitude to pinpoint the most valuable behavioral patterns within hours.
      Heap
      Heap automatically captures every user action in your app and lets you measure it all. Clicks, taps, swipes, form submissions, page views, and more. Track events and segment users instantly. No pushing code. No waiting for data to trickle in.
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      Reviews of Google Analytics and Lucky Orange
      Software Engineer at Faire
      Review of
      Google Analytics

      Google is an amazing free tool and is extremely customizable. I use it for A/B testing (using google content experiment), Lean Analytics (measuring goals based on events), and it's new asynchronous JS has made a lot of tracking easier.

      However it takes a lot more configuration to set up cohort studies and user based analytics than other analytics platforms. It is possible to do however: http://analytics.blogspot.ca/2013/03/get-useful-insights-easier-automate.html

      If you need something free this is definitely your best option.

      How developers use Google Analytics and Lucky Orange
      Lawrence Cheuk uses
      Google Analytics

      I mainly use it to trace how many user using it before my site get monetized, at the age before smartphone and we only have web site, now I look at the profit rather than web page visited. As web page is not the single interface now. Android, iOS, Web. Wasting time to set up one by one. so I just simply look at revenue.

      shridhardalavi uses
      Google Analytics

      Google Analytics is a freemium web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. Google Analytics not only lets you measure sales and conversions, but also gives you fresh insights into how visitors use your site, how they arrived on your site, and how you can keep them coming back.

      Tim Lucas uses
      Google Analytics

      Google Analytic is setup with user id tracking, allowing to view traffic for logged in users only, as well as custom events based on video watching and conversion goals for purchases. The Google’s autotrack plugin provides additional tracking of click events.

      datapile uses
      Google Analytics

      We installed Google Analytics. Can we haz data science now? We ares teh bestest analytics gurus evar!

      Nothing easier than one line of JavaScript to let Google know anything and everything about your website in exchange for some pretty dashboards and reports.

      osu! Ripple uses
      Google Analytics

      We use Google Analytics to see in which countries we're having most success, and in which demographics. We offer users the possibility to opt out of Google Analytics by setting the Do Not Track feature in their browser, because we want to respect user privacy.