Personal WordPress Dashboard – WP Show Stats WordPress Plugin
Posted on 13 Jun, 2018 by Ajani Ashish | No comment
WP Show Stats is comprehensive WordPress plugin which provides everything you needed to keep an eye on your blog statistics. It is an analytics tool for blogger. When your blog is very large this WordPress plugin allows you to improve your blog performance and keep track on pages, posts, categories, tags, users, etc…
While running a WordPress blog it is not enough to have a good hosting, beautiful theme and content. There is also another important thing is to analyze your website.
It is extremely difficult to find the best WordPress plugin which can provide facility to analyze your website with interface where you can see how the WordPress elements are used in your WordPress site. And it is even more difficult as there are thousands of plugins available in the WordPress plugin directory or it may be a case where one can not choose the best for their usage or need.
It is a simple WordPress plugin that embeds charts in your blog and shows the usage and numbers related to blog. It can act as your personal WordPress dashboard. All the charts are shown using Google Charts.
Overview including summary of usage in terms of Blog posts created, pages created, users registered, comments received, categories created, tags used and details about custom post type if used.
WP Show Stats Version 1.4 released – 13th June 2018
New version of WP Show Stats plugin is released on 13th June, 2018. In earlier versions of this plugin, all the stats and charts were only visible at the backend for users having admin role. Now with WP Show Stats version 1.4 admin can control who can see this plugin at the backend. There is one settings page now where admin can choose different roles and allows access to this plugin role wise.
- Blog post statistics including total blog posts status wise.
- Page statistics including total pages status wise.
- User statistics including total users role wise.
- Comment statistics including total comments status wise.
- Category statistics including total categories parent/child.
- Tags statistics including total used and unused tags.
- Custom post types and Other post types usage.
How your WP blogs are coming along. See count of blogs by status, longest and shortest posts, year/month wise posts, etc…
- Post by status (including Private, Pending, Draft, Published, Trash and Future)
- 5 Most commented posts
- Posts by year
- Longest 5 posts
- Shortest 5 posts
- Posts by months (Year wise)
Page stats to keep an eye on pages of the website.
- Page by status (including Private, Pending, Draft, Published, Trash and Future)
- Page count by year
- Page count by months (Year wise)
- 5 Longest Pages
- 5 Shortest Pages
How and when users registered on your WordPress site in terms of years and months. Also how many types of users for each roles.
- Role wise users and total users of each role including Administrator, Editor, Contributor, Author, Subscriber and Custom Roles
- Year wise user registration including total users per year
- Month wise user registration including total users per month
If your WordPress site using Custom Post types then it will be very useful to see how many post types are there including inbuilt and custom. Also how many records are there for each custom post types.
- Total post types including inbuilt and custom post types
- Total records of all custom post types, records per post type
- List of all inbuilt and custom post types created
How the categories are created including parent-child relationship and most/less used.
- Parent and child categories stats with total categories
- Used/Unused categories stats
- 5 Most used categories
- 5 Less used categories
How viewers/readers are commenting to your blogs, you can see year and month wise analysis of comments received.
- Comments count by status including Approved, In Moderation, Spam and Trash
- 5 Most commented posts
- Comments count by year
- Most comments by Authors with count of comments
- Month wise comments stats
How you used tags with your posts.
- Used/Unused tags stats
- 5 Most used tags with count of usage
- 5 Less used tags with count of usage
WP Show Stats plugin is having rich set of features which can help analyzing day by day usage of WordPress elements like post, pages, users, etc… in your WordPress site.
Furthermore, this WordPress plugin for statistics and it is exclusively for the users of WordPress, which let them know about how their site content is organized.
Finally, suggestions/comments are welcome to make this WordPress plugin better.