Web & FTP Statistics
Would you like to view the web & FTP statistics pertaining to your Internet hosting account?
Visitor stats are an important part of any hosting service. The number of individuals that have seen your site can provide you with more info regarding how it's performing and will tell you if you need to work on improving it. Usually the web statistics for an Internet site include the everyday and the monthly visits (unique and reloads), the most visited web pages and the referrer Internet sites, so if you notice that certain pages are getting much less website traffic than others, you could consider making them more appealing to the visitors to use the entire potential of your website. In case you are advertising online, you shall be able to see if the money was well-invested or not, since the Internet stats in most cases include information about third-party Internet sites and search engines like Yahoo which refer visitors to your Internet site. Having thorough and reliable stats can help you boost your site and plan your marketing strategies better, so as to get more clients.
Web & FTP Statistics in Cloud Hosting
The Webalizer and AWStats programs, supplied with all cloud hosting
, will provide you with detailed hourly, everyday and per month reports about the amount of site visitors on any website hosted inside your account. You can easily access this information with several mouse clicks in the Hepsia Control Panel and view neat graphs and tables. You'll be able to save/download them, if needed. The reports offer much more than simply the total number of visits, though - you will be able to keep track of how much time the visitors spent on your website, the first and the last page they opened, the web pages that got most hits, the visitors’ IPs and region, the referring search engines, the keywords which were used, and so on. This data offers you a better understanding of how your websites are performing and what sections should be enhanced, plus info about the effects of any advertising campaigns you may be running.