Front End Analytics plugin

Show any page analytics in the frontend of your website
frontend google analytics

First, this was part of the GeoDirectory core plugin.

Then we moved it into a plugin for GeoDirectory only.

Today we release it as a free standalone plugin for WordPress.

This plugin does 1 thing only, which is showing a Google Analytics widget in the frontend for any page, post, custom post type, BuddyPress profile, or UsersWP profile.

Google Analytics Frontend widget

This plugin shows, active visitors if any, number of visitors and top countries.

The site admin can choose who to show the widget to. You can select if the Analytics shows to either “admins”, “authors”, “logged in users” or “all” (including logged out users).

So a blog can show analytics about Guest Posts to its Guest Authors.

GeoDirectory will show analytics for each listing, to its listings owners.

If you have a multi-vendors WooCommerce marketplace, you can show analytics about each product to its vendor.

You can download the plugin here: Google Analytics Front End

We hope you’ll enjoy it, if you have any feedback, feel free to share it in the comments down below!

Published by Paolo

Paolo Tajani is the co-founder and growth hacker of AyeCode LTD. With his business partner Stiofan, they are the makers of the GeoDirectory, UsersWP and Invoicing plugins for WordPress. Paolo developed his first WordPress website in 2008. In 2011 he met Stiofan O'Connor and together they started building and marketing successful themes and plugins for WordPress. Today their products are used by +100.000 active websites.

6 thoughts on “Front End Analytics plugin

  1. Hey guys,

    Just uploaded this plugin to wp dashboard and can not seem to find any docs about how to further use/view this on my site? Any help would be great, thanks in advance.

  2. Should I use this plugin instead GD Google Analytics that is still available in my GD downloads page?

  3. Does this store and retrieve analytics in the database, or is it using the Google Analytics API so it doesn’t tie up server resources?

    1. Hi David,

      We use the Google API but we retrieve it via your own server AJAX request so we can verify the requesting user has been given access to view that specific page.



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