European Data Protection agencies have started fining small business that are not GDPR compliant.
Many businesses do not realize that using Google Analytics out of the box can lead to issues with GDPR.
Privacy tools allow you to circumvent all of these issues, and not have to worry about GDPR at all.
Cookie banners affect the user experience.
Insights doesn't use any cookies, so there is no need to put a banner.
Insights is the only privacy analytics platform that allows tracking of custom events.
It was built with developers in mind - you can make it as powerful as you want it to be.
We offer all the usual page statistics, such as bounce rate, referrers, screen size.
We allow tracking of user interactions such as clicking on a button, leaving the page, or even scrolling on a page.
Insights.js is a very powerful tool for customizing your website tracking, without requiring to navigate through multiple pages of reports.
Interested in more technical details?
Take a look at our features page.
<script src="https://getinsights.io/js/insights.js"></script> <script> insights.init("my project") insights.trackPages() </script>
All page views are tracked anonymously automatically.
Insights can be customized to See our docs to get started.
Fair Pricing Policy: Our pricing holds no hidden costs. You can cancel anytime and you won't have to pay the next bill.
Up to 3k events or page views per month.
Up to 100k events or page views per month.
Up to 1M events or page views per month.
Up to 10M events or page views per month.
You can set up Insights in about a minute by using our script. This will grant you access to our dashboard, as well as page views statistics for your projects.
To enable the full power of our tool, add Insights.js as a dependency to your project, and use it to track events on your app. Insights supports all of your favorite frameworks such as React, Angular, and Vue. It is also fully typed.
Our docs contain code examples to guide you through tracking the most common events, such as clicks and scrolling.
Interested in privacy?