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I'm looking to switch from Google Analytics to other more privacy compliant analytics tools. My ideal tool would have the basics (visits, pageviews, duration, rebound rate, source/medium) and more: breakdown by page, conversion goals, campaigns set-up... But I'm a bit confused by the different choices, and I would greatly appreciate any feedback ;)

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Matomo

This is probably one of the easiest tools to customize to your needs. It's open source so you can host your own instance of it making it very affordable and it has plenty of privacy tools including honoring do not track requests on a server side basis so no additional coding necessary and you can easily tell it to anonymity guest ip addresses so there would be no way of a breach compromising the integrity of your privacy goals

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JP Revel
JP Revel
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March 5th 2022 at 2:37PM

We've been pleased with Matomo.

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florence_ads
florence_ads
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March 6th 2022 at 5:01PM

Thank you both for your feedback!

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I am playing right now with Plaisible. I have install it in a docker container with an nginx reverse proxy and is fast. It has all the basic features and you can add even gols. It is lightwaith but is not having the Google Analytics features or Matomo. You ca try it and see if it jas what you need, till now I am happy.

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Dragos Balota
Dragos Balota
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March 8th 2022 at 6:50PM

Sorry ment to say Plausible. I am using my phone for this and I see i can't edit the responce.

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Founder & CEO at Macombey·

We use the classic, Google Analytics because of our experience and general liking to the platform. It gives us all the information we need to know for every single project. Being able to jump into Google Analytics and see everything upfront https://stackshare.io/markdown-helpWe use the classic, Google Analytics because of our experience and general liking to the platform. It gives us all the information we need to know for every single project. The platform is also great when sharing reports to client's because it's easy to read when you're not tech savvy.

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