• Installed on three websites. This plugin redirects and connects with their main website and Google Analytics. The problem is that it chokes on it’s own website, Monster Insights, and does not complete installation. It did this all three times.

    Then, the fact that most of the “tab options” in the plugin are blocked unless you pay them a monthly fee, that is a waste of time.

    This is bloatware trash.

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  • Thread Starter grakoth


    Meh, waste of time plugin.

    Plugin Support Michelle D.


    Hi @grakoth,

    I’m sorry to hear that you’ve encountered an issue on your site while trying to use MonsterInsights!

    It definitely sounds like an odd issue since we don’t have any prior reports of a similar problem. If possible, we’d like to take a closer look at what’s going on, to see if we can offer any assistance from our end, or point you in the right direction.

    When you get the chance, could you reach out to us at https://www.monsterinsights.com/lite-support/?

    Lastly, I’m sorry about the notifications. It’s not our intent to cause clutter. We try to provide as much value as possible to our users by communicating the Pro version features because a lot of users aren’t aware of them and can benefit greatly.

    That being said, with our Lite (free) version, you’re able to track and view critical site statistics (such as page views in the last 30 days, top posts and pages, etc) and automatically track custom events such as telephone and email click tracking, affiliate and outbound link tracking.

    We really appreciate you for giving us a try and if you have any suggestions for the things you’d like to see in the Lite version, please let me know and I’d be happy to share your feedback with the team.

    Thank you.

    Thread Starter grakoth


    I have a business broadband connection, super-fast internet connection. The server I am using has both CPU and RAM resources sufficient to run any WordPress website, for sure.

    Monster Insights get stuck on step 4 of the install process, on your own website, syncing data. I tried it on three websites, and it got stuck on all three when it was connecting to your own website, not mine, and installing (and syncing) data for the individual website accounts. So I was able to duplicate the issue since it happened three times.

    And with so many installs, I am surprised you “have not heard of this issue.” That is possibly because most WordPress users do not report bugs or problems, because we are usually busy people. We also do not have time to be posting responses like this.


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