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New Add-on: Entry Analytics

Last week at EEUK, Chris Imrie demoed and announced a brand new add-on he co-developed with (EE Insider guest author) Eric Lamb. The add-on is called Entry Analytics and it gives you a glimpse into the performance of your entries…right in the entry edit form!

Here’s what it looks like when I view the Stash how-to article:

Entry Analytics add-on for ExpressionEngine

Entry Analytics uses Google Analytics to fetch the data about the visit, pageviews, bounce rate, conversions and more on each of your entries. In order to use Entry Analytics you have to have a Google Analytics account and it needs to be hooked up to the site where you want to install the add-on. I have years of Google Analytics data, so plugging in the add-on I immediately had data to view.

If you or your clients are into measuring and viewing analytics on their website, this add-on will be a good companion. I have it running here on EE Insider (the developers provided me a complimentary copy) and I look forward to seeing the numbers.

Entry Analytics cost $65 and is available on Devot:ee.

Posted on May 23, 2013 by Ryan Irelan

Filed Under: EE Add-ons, EE Extensions, EE Modules