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How to get view count and most visited sites at a web application level as a whole in SharePoint on premises.

Other than Popularity Trends is there any other way to achieve this?

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You should get to know about Google Analytics, Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google and the most interesting part is, it is a freeware. It can be used to track and report the website traffic.

You may get lots of blogs regarding Google Analytics for SharePoint. Listed few below,

https://www.harepoint.com/Articles/GoogleAnalyticsSharePoint.aspx https://zimmergren.net/integrating-the-google-analytics-api-in-sharepoint-in-order-to-enable-users-to-review-analytics-data-directly/ http://www.letsharepoint.com/how-to-enable-google-analytics-in-sharepoint-2013-office-365/

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"Use Google Analytics" is the easy answer to this question. However...over the past few years Google Analytics has morphed into more of an advertising tracking solution than a web analytics solution, which means it isn't a good choice for SharePoint Intranets. Plus, GA's Terms of Service doesn't allow you to store usernames in the reports.

http://www.analyticsmarket.com/blog/sharepoint-and-google-analytics

SharePoint sits on top of IIS, and the IIS web logs contain the information you're looking for. Just find a way to process the IIS logs, and you'll be all set.

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