I need to know what i sthe different between Google Analytics and Ahrefs tools

happygeek commented: Yawn -4
shadyjohnson commented: Google Analytics anytime +0

Bad company? Ahrefs won't answer such questions (for you) so my view is quite negative.

However if this was you trying to talk up Ahrefs tools, you achieved the opposite effect since companies that don't answer pre-sale questions don't deserve the sale.

Always i audit my website via Google analytics. But i heared ahrefs also best tool that's why i need to know the different between that.

commented: This is another -1 for Ahrefs. You didn't come back and share they answer pre-sale question. That's bad news. +15

Google Analytics and ahrefs both are analytical tool for analyse and measure your website traffifc. Google Analytics tool is a free tool. Ahrefs tool not support for track all keywords.

I think it's wrong to compare these two tools. Google Analytics allows you to analyze traffic. Ahrefs pushes me to create a semantic core, analyze the reference profile of competitors and so on.

Wrong thing to compare these two tools. Google analytics used for traffic and Ahref for identify competatior backlinks.

you are comparing the wrong tools, if you need to do site audit then choose semrush or ahrefs

I'm a user of Ahrefs and I really like them. Obviously they're a leader in the SEO industry. The only competitor I know of is Moz. The thing is, as others have pointed out, they aren't an analytics company. You need both: Google Analytics and Ahrefs. They aren't competitors.

I'm using both of them and they are useful to me.

Listen bro! in most cases, Ahrefs gives me the solution of backlink research as the amount of data. On the other side, Google Analytics is one of the most popular tracking software out there. It gives you a lot of useful insights that can help you better understand your audience/customers.

You can see the features of them making a clear idea. https://www.getapp.com/business-intelligence-analytics-software/a/google-analytics/compare/ahrefs/

Google Analytics and ahrefs both are analytical tool for analyse and measure your website traffifc. but Google Analytics allows you to analyze traffic whereas, Ahrefs analyze the profile of competitors.

Both are analytical tools, Google Analytics helps to track our website traffic like organic traffic, social traffic and refferel traffic and also bounce rate, sessions details and it is a free tool, Ahrefs helps to find competitor traffic sources and backlinks and it is a paid tool.

Both of them (google analytics and ahref) are most important tools for SEO. But according to the experience people used google analytics before. But nowadays ahref used a lot by the SEO users. Besides, there some others important tools like- semrush, majestic, smallseotools, moz are most important. Different SEO expert use different tools for the SEO purpose.

Today we'll be comparing Google Analytics WD vs Ahrefs, to ultimately help you decide which is the best solution for you. The information below is based on real data from our community of users like you, giving you a truly unbiased comparison.

Ahrefs dominates with an overall user/editors rating of 4.8/5 stars with 2 reviews, Google Analytics WD user/editors rating is 3.3/5 stars with 3 reviews. This data is calculated in real-time from verified user reviews or editors rating if there isn't enough data for user rating.

If for whatever reason by the end of this comparison you are unable to choose between Google Analytics WD or Ahrefs, we have included a few useful alternatives like Analytify based on our community recommendations.

Google Analytcis is a Free tool, giving you reliable traffic details. While Ahrefs is a Paid tool. You can't rely on this tool.

Ahrefs is the newest entry into the link research tool space. They use their own bot and their own index (which they state is based on information from a trillion website connections).
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