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Fathom Analytics
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Fathom Analytics 2h
Replying to @dmpinder
We'll be publishing an article later this week on how to explain / sell Fathom to your clients / boss. Huge thanks to for motivating us to put it togerther.
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Fathom Analytics 7h
Replying to @usefathom
We've also rolled out an update to improve the accuracy of the Affiliates page to show you how much you'll be paid each month 💰💰💰
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Fathom Analytics 8h
Replying to @brandonpittman
Agreed. Lots of work needs doing on the mobile view. We have to prioritize at the moment though :) I'll +1 the mobile compatability issues!
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Fathom Analytics 12h
Replying to @PendoNL
We only have 4 requests for that but it’s on the roadmap. It’s high priority alongside import from GA etc. We haven’t forgotten about you, Joshua 😊
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Fathom Analytics 12h
Replying to @usefathom
We have another update coming out very soon and then we'll be focusing on the API until it's live :)
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Fathom Analytics 12h
Replying to @dmpinder
Thanks Darren! :)
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Fathom Analytics 12h
🚨 New Feature alert! You can now set-up weekly / monthly email reports to your clients / associates containing the sites you want them to see! Also, you can enable a monthly report for yourself if the weekly is too regular for you.
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Fathom Analytics 17h
Replying to @pedroborg_es @m1guelpf
Agreed, Fathom uses that if available too.
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Fathom Analytics Jan 19
Replying to @m1guelpf
You should redirect your end to remove the trailing slash or add it. We look at the pathname. Still, you raise a good point and it would be good to have a “remove trailing slashes” option in Fathom. We’ll see, Miguel :)
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Fathom Analytics Jan 19
Replying to @andymci @tomblocke
Simple & privacy-focused :) You can come into the dashboard and get everything you need. We've had many requests for more features, but every feature goes through a lens of "How can we do this but also keep things simple". We have some exciting new features coming in 2020 :)
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Fathom Analytics Jan 19
Replying to @tomblocke
Thanks Tom, really appreciate the kind words :) And I agree about the G Suite alternative piece. It's hard to find a privacy-focused alternative that has the same quality.
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Fathom Analytics Jan 19
If you haven't already read it.
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Fathom Analytics Jan 18
Replying to @lXlON
If you decide that you fancy some simple, privacy-focused analytics, we'll be here :)
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paul jarvis Jan 18
whoa, has now counted over 250,000,000 page views for customers in the last year or so. all without collecting a single piece of personal information in the process.
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Fathom Analytics Jan 17
Replying to @inxilpro
After the API & cusrom donains are launched. We have nearly finished our data export too. After those, we’ll be working on the import feature :)
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Fathom Analytics Jan 17
Replying to @mmnnnmnmnmnmnm
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Fathom Analytics Jan 17
Fathom isn't just software. It's a movement.
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Louise Shanahan Jan 17
I just signed up for as a non-creepy alternative to GA. Very intuitive, took less than a minute. Will report back!
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Fathom Analytics Jan 17
Very cool. Says a lot about a company that they allow the export & that their CEO responds this quickly on Twitter. So yes, Anton, it's on our roadmap but not available at present, sorry!
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Fathom Analytics Jan 17
Replying to @antonsten @pjrvs
Not yet. It’s on the roadmap though. Most people keep their GA account when signing up and plan to migrate it when the GA import is ready :)
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