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Google Analytics vs Woopra

Discussion in 'Google Analytics' started by Ahayes, Jun 23, 2012.

  1. #1
    Hi,

    I had a little trouble integrating Google Analytics after having my website recoded; and instead switched to Woopra which works a treat. I wanted to ask if anyone has extensive experience with the two and in their opinion which is better (what is lacking in one that the other has?).

    Thanks,
    Antony.
     
    Ahayes, Jun 23, 2012 IP
  2. kiyeko

    kiyeko Peon

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    It really depends on what you're trying to do with your analytics. If you're simply looking for a general idea of your traffic (e.g. weekly, monthly uniques), then any analytics service can do that for you. If you want to go deeper and truly make use of the power of the tools, here are a few of the main differences I've seen:

    1. Woopra tracks at the individual level, Google Analytics gives you aggregate information
    2. All of Woopra's features are real time, GA has only a real time dashboard
    3. Woopra tracks custom events (i.e. actions) like when a visitor plays a video on your site, clicks an ad, signs up, makes a purchase etc.
    4. Woopra allows you to integrate information about your site visitors like account info, purchase history etc
    5. Woopra has some additional engagement tools that you can use with the analytics, like live chat, automations etc
    6. Woopra has comprehensive iOS and Android apps, GA has some third party apps
    7. Woopra has a Notifications feature that allows you to receive custom alerts on visitor behavior and demographics
    8. Pricing - GA is free and has one paid enterprise plan, Woopra has a basic free plan as well as paid plans for businesses and custom plans for enterprises

    There are of course many more differences between the two, but these are just some of the highlights.
     
    kiyeko, Jun 25, 2012 IP
  3. iraqzajil

    iraqzajil Peon

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    i will try Woopra , but ,
    Google analytic now its so completed to me ,
    the old one was more easy ,
     
    iraqzajil, Jun 25, 2012 IP
  4. coolgalseo

    coolgalseo Greenhorn

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    I have used both of them and experienced that Google Analytic is better. Can u please elaborate on what sort of prob are you facing with Analytics integration in your site. May be it can be solved. Because, with analytics you can track each activity of your site but it is not always true with Woopra.
     
    coolgalseo, Jun 26, 2012 IP
  5. monster5

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    Google analytic is complicated (when trying to use some features) but it is the best out there
     
    monster5, Jun 27, 2012 IP
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    coolrohit222002 Active Member

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    Go for what is been used by everyone. Google analytic.
     
    coolrohit222002, Jun 27, 2012 IP
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    Google Analytics is good ..;)
     
    ony_, Jun 30, 2012 IP
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    mamtak Member

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    After reading all above post, i think Woopra is quite interesting, i am going to try this.
    Thanks All
     
    mamtak, Jul 4, 2012 IP
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    Google analytic is much better than other
     
    nkboss2, Jul 6, 2012 IP
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    I have a great experience with Google analytic. I would like suggest Google analytic for site analysis.
     
    Edward69, Jul 7, 2012 IP
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    Does it work the same as GA? Do you just add the code?
     
    Gpaul, Jul 7, 2012 IP
  12. roosevelt92

    roosevelt92 Greenhorn

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    #12
    lets try woopra, it think it would be a quite interesting than google analytics.

    Verandah
     
    roosevelt92, Jul 12, 2012 IP
  13. Mitch Ballard

    Mitch Ballard Member

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    #13
    Google Analytic is best..use for it..
     
    Mitch Ballard, Jul 12, 2012 IP
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    skyuen Peon

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    Google Analytic for sure!
     
    skyuen, Jul 13, 2012 IP
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    woopra is quite interesting
     
    kcube, Jul 19, 2012 IP
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    hezgin Peon

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    Google Analytics is better than other. it is enough for me. but of course there is so much counter as weel as analytics
     
    hezgin, Jul 19, 2012 IP
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    i used google analytics in my experience ,i felt google analytics is complecated . although today i got , its tutorial video from google . but now thinking to try woopra . thanks to inform about this. lets see how is that .....
     
    xinjahid, Aug 3, 2012 IP
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    Sorry, I have still not used it but heard a lot about Woopra as I am finding little difficulty with new version of Google Analytics , so thought of using Woopra
     
    anneshaw, Aug 3, 2012 IP
  19. EllenSmith

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    I always use Google Analytic. I think it's best.
     
    EllenSmith, Aug 3, 2012 IP
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    The most patrolled ad word is Google provide and best way of
     
    aneela12, Aug 4, 2012 IP