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What is Clicky?
Clicky is a web analyzer that works great with any web site, even Ajax and Flash sites. It was originally targeted towards smaller web sites and blogs because it tracks a high level of detail on every visitor, and these types of sites find this information very interesting. Since then, many additional features have been added to Clicky, such as the customizable dashboard full of Ajax love, and our amazing filtering interface that gives you actionable data on any subset of your visitors (see screenshots on the right hand side). These features, along with many others, make Clicky one of the best web analyzers on the planet.

How does it work?
Simply create an account and then add one or more web sites to that account. For each web site you register, you are given two lines of HTML code to place on your web site (this code is unique for each registered site). It's this code that let's us monitor all of your traffic and give you the juicy details you crave.

Is it free?
We have a free plan plus several premium plans, as shown below. You also have the ability to create your own custom Pro plan during the upgrade process, with support for up to 200 sites and 300,000 total daily page views.

When you first register, you get a 21 day free trial of the standard Professional service, so you have access to all of our features up front. After 21 days, you can sign up for one of our premium plans, or let your trial expire and automatically switch to our free plan. If you have any sites that get more than 1,000 daily page views on average, premium service is required to keep monitoring those sites after your trial has expired.




Professional (Mega Edition)
Number of web sites you can track 3 3 10 20
Total number of pageviews tracked daily 1,000 10,000 30,000 50,000
Monthly price $3.99 $9.99 $16.99
Yearly price (6 months free!) $23.99 $59.99 $99.99
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All the basics
RSS feeds
Track file downloads and outbound links
IP tags and filters
Visitor hostnames and organizations
(e.g., or Microsoft Corp)
Email reports
Goals & conversions Soon! Soon!
Campaign tracking Soon! Soon!
Secure (https) tracking support
Advanced visitor filtering & analysis
(e.g., comparing visitors from Google vs Yahoo)
Bounce rates
Full API access
Track custom data for every visitor
Data export to CSV, XML, and JSON
Private links to share stats with others

Why would I pay for Clicky when Google Analytics offers the same thing for free?
We recognize Google Analytics as the great product that it is. But if you think that Clicky is just the same thing, except that it costs money, we'd like you to take a gander at this chart and get back to us.


Google Analytics




All the basics
Customizable dashboard
Intuitive filtering system
Developer API
Works great for tracking Ajax and Flash interactions
Juicy details about each individual visitor
See every action by every visitor
Compatible with secure (https) sites
Track outbound links
Track downloads
Bounce rates
Visitor organizations (e.g. Microsoft Corp)
Visitor hostnames (e.g.
Most active visitors
Track custom data for every visitor (usernames, cookies, etc)
Email reports
IP tags
Real time data
Widgets of Mass Deliciousness to put on your web site
Get your stats via RSS feeds
View popular data in a TagCloud instead of boring tables and charts
Aggregate (multi-day) view for all data
Data export to CSV, XML, and JSON
Spy (a live view of your web site)
Works with visitors who have disabled JavaScript
White label as your own product
Official WordPress plugin for easy integration with your blog
FeedBurner RSS stats integration
Google Maps integration
Clean, modern interface
Public statistics
Updated constantly
Free service
Insanely affordable premium service
(starting at less than $2/month) n/a
Affiliate program to earn you cash or free premium service

Not by default. Requires hack and/or manual HTML editing and/or third party plugin.

Do you plan to offer a version of Clicky I can host on my own server?

What is Clicky's affiliation with Performancing Metrics and BlogFlux?
These companies have licensed and rebranded our software on a mass scale for use within their own communities. We do not plan to offer this type of deal to other third parties in the future. However, if you are interested in doing something similar but on a much smaller scale, our white label program may suit your needs.

"Clicky", or "Get Clicky" ?
The service is called Clicky, not Get Clicky. Please, no references to "Getting Clicky With It".

Many thanks to the following companies, products, and people for making Clicky possible:
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