Comparison of Analytics Tools

Plausible vs Conversion Tracking vs Clicky

John Turner

Real reviews by me, John Turner.

Founder of ConversionTracking.com

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Analytic tool comparisons
Plausible

Plausible

ConversionTracking

ConversionTracking

Clicky

Clicky

Review
My Take

Plausible is a lightweight, privacy analytics tool. This means it uses no cookie to comply with GDPR but the downside is you have a limited 24hr window to track events and associates them with a user. The result is less accurate data. They have an easy-to-use single dashboard page with lots of built-in reports and filters.

ConversionTracking.com focuses on prioritizing revenue over just counting visits, aiming to maximize profit rather than merely tracking site traffic. With over 25 user-friendly reports, we it provides first-touch, last-touch, and assisted attribution insights, allowing you to identify the initial source, what drives conversions,

Clicky has been around a long time and one look at the website and you can tell. It’s also now privacy first. The user interface is fairly unique compared to the other services but is still easy to use. Again the biggest turn off for some may be the look. I actually like it. Reminds me of the early web. But the tool still has lots of functionality built in.

Pros
  • Advanced Filtering
  • Very nice and fast User Interface
  • Custom Properties, Funnels and Ecommerce Tracking
  • Best ecommerce tracking
  • See exactly where sales and leads come from
  • Easy to use and has lots of built-in reports
  • Fast and Easy to Use
  • Robust features and reports like heat mapping, uptime montoring
  • Competitive pricing for the features you get
Cons
  • Privacy First means less accurate data
  • No ability to create custom reports
  • May be too simple depending on your needs
  • Only tracks ecommerce, does not track vanity metrics like pageviews and bounce rate
  • May be too simple for some advanced marketers
  • Uses cookies and serverside tracking for the most accurate data
  • 90's / early 2000's User Interface
  • Forums for support
  • Not many updates or recent developments
Verdict

I really like Plausible and it’s my favorite out of the Privacy First analytics tools like Fathom and Simple Analytics. The limit of a 24-hour lookback window is the biggest downside especially if you need accuracy of campaigns and how people are finding you.

If you want to know know where your sales are from then this is the tool you need. Most analytics tools focus solely on the last touchpoint. This means for example that if someone visits your site or product through an ad or a blog post, then returns directly to your website the next day to make a purchase or sign up, most platforms will attribute the conversion to the last touchpoint, in this case, "Direct." ConversionTracking.com provides first, last, and assisted.

Clicky is just OK, I feel there are better alternatives in the price range.

Pricing
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Pricing is based on number of monthly pageviews. The plans are featured gated. Free trial, no credit card required. Get 2 months free with annual plans.

Growth: Starts at $9 per month for 10k pageviews
Business: Starts at $19 per month for 10l pageviews, includes more features.


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Pricing is based on pageviews and feature gated. Free plan. Offers annual pricing discounts with 33% off.

Free: Free plan offers 3,000 pageviews
Pro: $9.99 per month for 30,000 pageviews
Pro Plus: $14.99 per month for 30,000 pageviews
Pro Platinum: 19.99 per month for 100,000 pageviews

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