Support » Plugin: Statify » different counts in statify, googleanalytics, and wordpress

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  • Plugin Author Patrick Robrecht

    (@patrickrobrecht)

    Hello Stefan,

    from the FAQ:

    Statify does not count the following views:

    • feeds
    • trackbacks
    • searches
    • previews
    • views by logged in users
    • error pages

    This behavior can be modified with the statify__skip_tracking hook.

    Google Analytics for example will count the views by logged in users if their JavaScript code for tracking is included on every page – that can be one reason why Google Analytics shows a higher number of views.

    Which WordPress count do you mean? Another statistics plugin? You may check the criteria how the plugin counts views.

    stefaninthailand

    (@stefaninthailand)

    Hi Patrick,

    thank you for your reply.

    Wow, not tracking these views can lead to a 34% or 57% difference????

    And sorry, I mean Jetpack statistics.

    Your Plug-in is very helpful. I use it on my blog http://stefaninthailand.de as well.

    regards
    Stefan

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