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Compare Quantcast Measure, StatCounter, and Google Analytics

Pricing

 
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From $3/month
$6-$816
per month
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Quantcast Measure
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StatCounter
From $8/month
$2-$221per month
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Google Analytics
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Ratings

Meets Requirements
Meets Requirements
5.5
1.5
3.8
Ease of Use
Ease of Use
0.8
6.3
4.3
Ease of Setup
Ease of Setup
4.1
4.2
7.3
Ease of Admin
Ease of Admin
0.4
7.8
5.5
Quality of Support
Quality of Support
0.0
6.4
3.0
Ease of Doing Business With
Ease of Doing Business With
1.7
6.5
5.4
Product Direction (% positive)
Product Direction (% positive)
7.3
3.1
3.2
Meets Requirements
Quantcast Measure
6.0
StatCounter
7.1
Google Analytics
0.7
Ease of Use
Quantcast Measure
3.8
StatCounter
6.7
Google Analytics
1.0
Ease of Setup
Quantcast Measure
1.1
StatCounter
1.5
Google Analytics
3.4
Ease of Admin
Quantcast Measure
5.6
StatCounter
3.4
Google Analytics
3.2
Quality of Support
Quantcast Measure
0.0
StatCounter
4.6
Google Analytics
6.2
Ease of Doing Business With
Quantcast Measure
2.6
StatCounter
6.3
Google Analytics
4.2
Product Direction (% positive)
Quantcast Measure
5.3
StatCounter
8.7
Google Analytics
0.8

Features

Metrics
Sessions - Digital Analytics
Quantcast Measure
0.0
StatCounter
7.8
Google Analytics
8.7
Engagement
Quantcast Measure
3.2
StatCounter
7.5
Google Analytics
5.6
Entry and Exit Pages
Quantcast Measure
2.4
StatCounter
5.7
Google Analytics
8.8
Standard Event Tracking
Quantcast Measure
8.0
StatCounter
0.8
Google Analytics
6.0
Custom Event Tracking
Quantcast Measure
8.1
StatCounter
1.2
Google Analytics
0.6
Retention
Quantcast Measure
5.0
StatCounter
5.7
Google Analytics
6.0
Return
Quantcast Measure
7.4
StatCounter
8.2
Google Analytics
3.5
Conversions
Quantcast Measure
5.4
StatCounter
6.7
Google Analytics
3.7
Funnels
Quantcast Measure
4.0
StatCounter
8.7
Google Analytics
8.1
Reporting
Real-Time Reporting
Quantcast Measure
0.7
StatCounter
1.0
Google Analytics
8.8
Trending
Quantcast Measure
6.2
StatCounter
7.3
Google Analytics
4.7
Retroactive Reporting
Quantcast Measure
5.7
StatCounter
0.1
Google Analytics
6.2
Segmentation
Quantcast Measure
8.6
StatCounter
0.6
Google Analytics
7.0
Mobile Reporting
Quantcast Measure
8.8
StatCounter
0.4
Google Analytics
0.7
Unification Across Devices
Quantcast Measure
4.2
StatCounter
5.1
Google Analytics
4.6
Custom Reports and Dashboards
Quantcast Measure
7.6
StatCounter
8.0
Google Analytics
6.0
Other
User Data
Quantcast Measure
5.4
StatCounter
7.1
Google Analytics
5.3
Site Search Reporting
Quantcast Measure
2.3
StatCounter
4.0
Google Analytics
8.6
Load Time Monitoring
Quantcast Measure
3.1
StatCounter
1.1
Google Analytics
5.6
Campaign Tracking
Quantcast Measure
2.0
StatCounter
5.6
Google Analytics
3.7
E-Commerce
Quantcast Measure
4.1
StatCounter
6.0
Google Analytics
1.5
Promotional Messages
Quantcast Measure
6.6
StatCounter
5.4
Google Analytics
6.2
Administration Alerts
Quantcast Measure
4.8
StatCounter
7.3
Google Analytics
1.3
Administration
API / Integrations
Quantcast Measure
6.6
StatCounter
0.8
Google Analytics
4.5
QA Testing
Quantcast Measure
4.0
StatCounter
0.5
Google Analytics
1.4
Performance and Reliability
Quantcast Measure
2.1
StatCounter
0.1
Google Analytics
5.4
User, Role, and Access Management
Quantcast Measure
5.8
StatCounter
2.6
Google Analytics
0.2

Reviewers' Company Size

Small-Business (64 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(77 or fewer emp.)
86.2%
00.3%
18.4%
Mid-Market (12-8851 emp.)
Mid-Market
(87-4816 emp.)
42.5%
26.8%
33.8%
Enterprise (> 0216 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 3275 emp.)
76.8%
00.8%
41.0%
Quantcast Measure
Small-Business
31.0%
Mid-Market
02.1%
Enterprise
54.8%
StatCounter
Small-Business
45.4%
Mid-Market
78.2%
Enterprise
17.5%
Google Analytics
Small-Business
43.6%
Mid-Market
12.5%
Enterprise
76.5%

Reviewers' Industry

 
Marketing and Advertising
61.6%
Marketing and Advertising
50.7%
Marketing and Advertising
62.1%
 
Internet
5.0%
Internet
8.2%
Information Technology and Services
3.0%
 
Computer Hardware
6.3%
Information Technology and Services
1.4%
Computer Software
3.4%
 
Retail
0.4%
Writing and Editing
6.2%
Internet
7.3%
 
Information Technology and Services
0.0%
Retail
0.7%
Higher Education
7.7%
 
Other
15.6%
Other
06.1%
Other
83.8%
Quantcast Measure
Marketing and Advertising
44.2%
Internet
2.0%
Computer Hardware
6.1%
Retail
6.7%
Information Technology and Services
7.4%
Other
15.8%
StatCounter
Marketing and Advertising
52.3%
Internet
2.1%
Information Technology and Services
8.4%
Writing and Editing
6.1%
Retail
0.0%
Other
88.4%
Google Analytics
Marketing and Advertising
04.7%
Information Technology and Services
6.6%
Computer Software
4.3%
Internet
2.8%
Higher Education
0.6%
Other
50.0%

Reviews

Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Cole F.
Internal Consultant in Marketing and Advertising

Quantcast provides helpful information on site user behavior, geo-specific visits, profiles, etc. Also breaks data down into easy to read /share graphical representation.

Jagadeesh M.
Administrator in Marketing and Advertising

I've been using Statcounter from it's earlier days in fact even before Google Analytics (formerly Urchin). The tool is one of my favorite when it comes to IP based clicks tracking and as well the graphs are really cool for easy understanding.

Kristin H.
Administrator in Higher Education

Google Analytics is the gold standard for free web analytics. As clean as it is comprehensive, this tool allows you to track, organize, and report information relatively easily.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
Bruce S.
Agency in Internet

7. It's annoying that sometimes Quantcast, Alexa, and Compete data conflict with each other, and other times they're aligned. It's difficult to figure out if you can rely on any of them. Unless you get the very expensive level of access you are limited...

User in Retail

Not robust enough to do advanced analytics like correlation, funnel analysis and segmentation. Appears to be more of a log based solution historically and less of a typical javascript based tracking. So, difficult to trust data accuracy fully. Support and...

Jill A.
Administrator in Internet

It doesn't play so well with other systems, and is not the most reliable when it comes to reporting accuracy. The info you can gather from google analytics is relatively simplistic and still requires a lot of manual processes to get the big picture.

 
Quantcast Measure
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Cole F.
Internal Consultant in Marketing and Advertising

Quantcast provides helpful information on site user behavior, geo-specific visits, profiles, etc. Also breaks data down into easy to read /share graphical representation.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Bruce S.
Agency in Internet

1. It's annoying that sometimes Quantcast, Alexa, and Compete data conflict with each other, and other times they're aligned. It's difficult to figure out if you can rely on any of them. Unless you get the very expensive level of access you are limited...

StatCounter
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Jagadeesh M.
Administrator in Marketing and Advertising

I've been using Statcounter from it's earlier days in fact even before Google Analytics (formerly Urchin). The tool is one of my favorite when it comes to IP based clicks tracking and as well the graphs are really cool for easy understanding.

Most Helpful Critical Review
User in Retail

Not robust enough to do advanced analytics like correlation, funnel analysis and segmentation. Appears to be more of a log based solution historically and less of a typical javascript based tracking. So, difficult to trust data accuracy fully. Support and...

Google Analytics
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Kristin H.
Administrator in Higher Education

Google Analytics is the gold standard for free web analytics. As clean as it is comprehensive, this tool allows you to track, organize, and report information relatively easily.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Jill A.
Administrator in Internet

It doesn't play so well with other systems, and is not the most reliable when it comes to reporting accuracy. The info you can gather from google analytics is relatively simplistic and still requires a lot of manual processes to get the big picture.

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