Jetpack’s stats make the most popular metrics easy to understand through a clear and attractive interface. Plus you can use Jetpack stats in conjunction with other analytics plugins and services like Google Analytics.
Support for Google Analytics in Jetpack is part of the Professional plan, alongside other valuable security and SEO tools.
Viewing your stats at a glance
Stats are automatically enabled when you activate and connect Jetpack to WordPress.com. No additional setup is required.
You can view your stats in a number of different ways using Jetpack. One way is to enable the Site Stats widget for your dashboard to give you at-a-glance information.
To add this widget to your dashboard, open the Screen Options tab at the top of your screen and check the Site Stats box. Then you can see your site visits, most viewed pages, and search terms people used to find your site at a glance.
Getting in-depth stats
Getting more in-depth stats from your dashboard is as easy as going to the Jetpack menu. There, you’ll find a brief overview of your stats as well as information about Referrers, Top Posts & Pages, Search Engine Terms, Subscriptions, and Clicks.
From this page, you can also click the Show Me button to access your site’s advanced stats on WordPress.com. There you’ll find even more details about visitors, including Views By Country, Unique Views, as well as many more insights about your site. You can also look at stats per day, week, month, and year.
Please keep in mind that Jetpack stats may not exactly match the stats you receive from other analytics services due to tracking views and visitors differently.
Find out even more about Jetpack stats, including what we do and don’t track, on the WordPress.com documentation page.