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Koko Analytics

Building an analytics plugin for WordPress that does not use any external services and respects your visitors’ privacy.

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Koko Analytics is now on OpenCollective.

Hey all, For a long time, I viewed Koko Analytics as my donation to the internet and therefore didn't provide any options for others to donate or h...
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Published on August 17, 2022 by Danny van Kooten

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In 2017, I was annoyed that there were just a handful of options if one wanted to run privacy friendly website analytics versus just throwing Google Analytics at a website. So after teaming together with Paul Jarvis, we launched Fathom into the world.

Still something irked me. Because of Fathom being self-hosted and written in a compiled language (Go), our main audience were still developers or those familiar with devops. I wanted to reach a broader audience. What if I could build an analytics plugin for WordPress that was simply plug & play? Could that be built so that it could scale?

In 2020, I released a first version of Koko Analytics. The result of my journey over the previous 3 years. 

Every website opting to use Koko Analytics over Google Analytics is a win for the internet, if you ask me. It's faster, way more private and entirely self-hosted by the website owner, meaning their data is really theirs. 

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Harish Chouhan

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