Universal Analytics, the current version of Google Analytics, will be sunset and will stop counting stats on July 1st 2023. There’s no way to import your historical UA stats into the new GA4, so we've put a lot of effort into making a GA import tool ourselves.
You can now import your historical Google Analytics (UA) stats into your Plausible dashboard. You can import the stats from your first Google Analytics visitor until your first Plausible Analytics visitor.
"The Plausible(.io) Alternative to Google Analytics"
My appearance on TWiT is online:
"U.S., EU Reach Preliminary Deal on Data Privacy"
Interesting! Let's see what happens next!
The Ghost team asked me to write an introduction to web analytics for publishers, so here it is.
In my draft, I didn't mention Plausible nor had any screenshots. That's all Ghost 😍
"The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion"
Always inspiring to follow Matt Mullenweg and his work on building a more open web
We started the year by making it to $10k MRR on January 12 (took us almost two years to get there). If things go well, @plausible could end the year on $50k MRR! 🤯🤞
"Marketing Is Scary for a Solo Developer"
Rauno Metsa made it to the Hacker News front page again!
Another nice Linux app I can recommend is the Break Timer. It notifies you when it's time to take a break from your screen. I use it to rest my eyes for 20 seconds every 20 minutes (the 20/20/20 rule).
We're introducing new people to open source but we don't have that as our only selling point. People also use Plausible as we're simple, easy to understand, lightweight... It's important for open source to break out of the "for techies only" box.
Escaping the adtech machine and making the web a bit more human friendly
Co-Founder Plausible Analytics, simple and privacy focused web analytics
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