Google Analytics is a popular web analytics tool, and it’s great at what it does.
It also provides info that no other analytics tool shows, like Google search queries.
However, Google Analytics doesn’t show a full picture of your website’s traffic.
- The tracking code or tracking request is blocked
- A file is accessed directly and doesn’t load the tracking code (e.g. PDF files)
The number of Users who block Google Analytics tracking increases each year.
Investigate this problem on your own websites: the results will be surprising.
This isn’t just a GA problem – it affects all web analytics tools that rely on JS-based tracking.
Use Angelfish WITH Google Analytics to see what you’re missing!
Full Visitor Details
See all info about your website’s Visitors.
Choose a date range as small as one second.
Drill down with nested segments.
Angelfish shows you everything it stores.
See Users Who Block Tracking
and frequently is. Angelfish builds its reports with data from web server access logs.
Visitors can’t hide from the access log.
Re-Use GA Campaign Tags
If you’ve already tagged inbound links with GA campaign data, Angelfish is able to use them too! You’ll also see Campaign data for Visits that block GA tracking.
Data remains in your network.
You control who can access the data.
Angelfish avoids many data protection laws:
GDPR, CCPA, PIPEDA, PIPA, etc.
Internal & External Marketing
See the impact of your External (inbound) & Internal (in-site) marketing initiatives.
A|B test navigational elements.
Track impressions & CTR.
Angelfish’s RESTful API provides full access to the underlying data structures. Automatically export data into any external application or dashboard.
Track Websites & Applications
Use Angelfish to track the usage of internal & external websites, web-based applications (SaaS too), or anything that runs on a web server and creates an access log.
Expect fast & accurate answers with no fluff. Our front-line support reps are also consultants and write help center articles.
No Sampled Data
Angelfish shows you everything it stores and lets you drill down into the results. Angelfish doesn’t show “this report is based on X% of visits.”