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With our stats API you can take any specific metric and present it wherever you want in whichever shape you want.

With our embed mode you can take your complete dashboard and present it wherever you want. Great example below πŸ‘‡

"When there are third-party tools that do provide useful analytics for us in a way that meets our privacy bar and make sense cost-wise for our use case, we do look into it... One of those is privacy-forward Plausible"

Jane Yang, Basecamp

speedwins.tech/posts/jane-yang

πŸ“’ You can now embed your Plausible dashboard on another website using an iFrame

Instructions πŸ‘‰ plausible.io/docs/embed-dashbo

26 subscribers yesterday is our new record! Previous best was February 4th with 23 subscribers πŸ”₯

We're now trusted by 2,421 subscribers to deliver their website and business insights. Thank you! πŸ™

Made it to 1 billion pageviews! πŸ”₯

We've counted 1,117,673,728 pageviews to date with about half of that in the last three months alone πŸ“ˆ

Just reached $15k MRR and 2,347 subscribers! πŸš€πŸŽ‰πŸ™

We got 648 unique visitors from organic Google search yesterday. Best day yet for us.

It has been a long way getting to this number though. We had 1 unique visitor from Google on March 8th 2020.

For bootstrapped startups, organic search is the best way to get quality traffic.

It takes a lot of time and effort to build up the search traffic. We started publishing posts regularly one year ago.

Second consecutive quarter of decline for Google Analytics! πŸ”»πŸ‘€

Good start of the week for us! Trending on Hacker News and a few subreddits helped push us over 6k stars on GitHub! 🀩

Got a new trial account that single-handedly doubled our incoming bandwidth and requests per second...

More than 3 million page views from one site in about 14 hours! The servers are chugging along just fine πŸ‘€

Shared links are now easier to work with. Agencies and freelancers will like this change.

Shared links can now be bookmarked. And if password protected, the password is now saved so your clients don't need to type it on each visit.

plausible.io/docs/shared-links

"Pageview goals" are now more powerful! πŸš€

Use wildcards to create goals for dynamic URLs such as ecommerce checkout pages or to filter stats by different sections (group all your blog posts for instance).

πŸ‘‰ plausible.io/docs/pageview-goa

Entry and Exit pages are now live! πŸ”₯

Click "details" for extra insights including average visit duration for visits that started on a specific page and exit rate for the individual pages.

Thanks Vigasaurus for your efforts on this! πŸ™Œ

February was a month of broken records for Plausible! 🀩

Most website traffic (73,288 unique visitors)

Most new trials (1,043. first time we go 1000+)

Most new subscribers (387. we now have 2,186 paying subscribers)

Best net MRR growth (Our "giving back 5%" to the sustainability of the planet and open source is at $954 for February and $1,796 in total for the first two months of the year)

You can check the stats πŸ‘‰ plausible.io/plausible.io

Thank you all for your help and support!

February is a short month and it will be tight but chances are we will hit 1000 trial signups in a month for the first time ever! All without any paid ads! πŸ”₯

You can now switch between the different sites you have in your Plausible account using keys 1 to 9

Full list of keyboard shortcuts available is here: plausible.io/docs/keyboard-sho

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If you're looking for a simple and easy to use tool for producing newsletters, take a look at Buttondown. There's now an integration with Plausible too πŸ‘‡

blog.buttondown.email/2021/02/

We announced our Stats API two days ago and there's now already a cool integration that fetches Plausible stats into the Statamic dashboard in a pretty way πŸ‘

statamic.com/addons/jack-whiti

πŸ“’ Plausible Stats API is now live and offers a way to retrieve your stats programmatically

Take a look at the docs πŸ‘‰ plausible.io/docs/stats-api

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