2020 update: There is now a third Matomo Analytics WordPress plugin available out called Matomo Analytics for WordPress. The difference is that this new plugin installs Matomo Analytics fully in your WordPress. Rather than having a plugin that connects your existing Matomo On-Premise or Matomo Cloud account with WordPress, you get the convenience of having a powerful analytics platform within your WordPress.
Other WordPress plugins
Originally there were two WordPress plugins for Matomo:
WP-Matomo Integration (WP-Piwik) is a WordPress plugin created by André Bräkling that integrates Matomo statistics with your WordPress dashboard.
Matomo Analytics (formerly Piwik Analytics) created by Jules, a Dutch Matomo user, is a simple plugin to integrate Matomo with your WordPress templates.
The Matomo WordPress integration plugin features are:
- piwk.php and piwik.js location
- site ID setting
- options to control download tracking
- option to exclude the admin user (probably you)
If you want to participate and make the plugin better, we also have a trac ticket with some ideas.
Update: comments have been disabled on this post due to heavy spam. For any query about the Matomo WordPress plugin, please contact the author on the official plugin page.