Search Analytics will keep history of the search terms used by your users and groups them in a way that will show you where are the loopholes in your website’s content.
As a result, it can easily aid you in finding what your users are really searching for on your website and make sure you provide them the content they need.
Features of Search Analytics
- Record all the search queries made using the standard WordPress search form.
- Skip searches made by users with certain user roles or with certain IP addresses
- Exclude duplicate searches made in certain conditions (GDPR compliant)
- Choose which user roles are allowed to see the statistics
- Filter statistics by time periods, with/without results, strings/sub strings
- View each term individual statistics
- Export data in the current view to CSV
- Delete certain search terms from history with ease
- Easily erase all history from the database in case a reset is needed
- Easy erase history older than in case a general cleanup is needed
- Dashboard widget for a quick glance over your last week’s search stats
- Multisite compatible
- Country Geolocation
Development Road Map
The Search Analytics WordPress Plugin has a clearly defined development road map which you can always check by visiting the Trello Board
I have added a GitHub repository for the plugin so that whoever wants to contribute to the plugin can do so by making pull requests on GitHub. The link to the repository is: https://github.com/cornelRaiu/search-analytics
The plugin changelog can be seen here: Search Analytics – Changelog