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Dive deep into web analytics with Clicky

Clicky’s real-time web analytics unlock new levels of traffic data for your website.


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Clicky Web Analytics (herein referred to as Clicky) is a product of Roxr Software Ltd, which itself is based in Portland, Oregon, and was founded in 2006. Clicky performs real-time web analytics on websites and offers both free and paid plans. You can get started with its Pro plan for just US$9.99 a month.

Prices last checked August 2017

What does Clicky do?

Clicky provides real-time analytics of traffic to websites, allowing owners to mine data and make future business decisions based on the analysis. Its basic dashboard includes the ability to track:

  • Number of visitors
  • Visitor actions
  • Average time per visit
  • Content viewed
  • Bounce rate
  • Country of origin
  • Twitter traffic for site
  • Traffic sources

Go further with Clicky

Clicky offers 27 premium features beyond its Pro package, including:

  • Heatmaps
  • Split testing
  • Long-term metrics
  • Engagement reports
  • Custom data tracking
  • Spying
  • Segments
  • Goal tracking
  • Campaign tracking
  • Alerts
  • Better bounce rate
  • Sub-user accounts
  • Track outbound links
  • Track downloads
  • Video analytics
  • No ads
  • Split testing
  • Twitter keyword monitoring
  • Custom data tracking
  • Path analysis
  • Advanced visitor segmentation
  • Organisations
  • Email reports
  • Engagement reports
  • Data export
  • Big screen mode
  • Multiple dashboards
  • Uptime monitoring

White label web analytics

  • White Label Web Analytics. Clicky allows you to brand its analytics as your own product and resell it to your customers. The branding includes your own domain, product and company name along with a logo and other user interface (UI) customisations.

Plans and pricing

Including its free offering, Clicky has five different plans to choose from. All new accounts get a 21-day free trial for its premium services, along with the ability to track up to three websites and a combined 1 million daily web views.

FreeProPro PlusPro PlatinumCustom
Trackable websites1101030< 1,000
Daily pageviews3,00030,00030,000100,000< 20 million
Monthly priceFree$9.99$14.99$19.99Varies
Yearly priceFree$79.99$119.99$159.99Varies
Includes Basics?YesYesYesYesYes
Includes Premiums features?
  • No
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
Heat maps
  • No
  • No
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
Uptime monitoring
  • No
  • No
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes

Prices are in US dollars. Prices last checked August 2017

Pros and cons

Clicky offers a wide range of services for website owners seeking to harness the power of their own analytics. It has lots of extra bells and whistles, but doesn’t do the best job explaining them.


  • The free 21-day premium trial gives you a look at everything except heatmaps and uptime monitoring.
  • The free offering is a nice one, assuming you don’t surpass one website and 3,000 daily views. And if you’re getting that many views, you should be able to afford the next grade up.
  • The yearly/monthly savings are really pronounced, quite different from a lot of other sites. At the Pro Platinum level, you’re saving $100/year to sign up annually.


  • The premium features descriptions are disappointingly slim, not much more than a pop-up sentence or two.

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