Web & FTP Statistics in Web Hosting
The Webalizer and AWStats programs, offered with all Linux web hosting services, will provide you with comprehensive by the hour, everyday and per month reports with regards to the number of website visitors on any website hosted within your account. You can access this info with a couple of clicks in the Hepsia CP and check out neat graphs and tables. You'll be able to save/download them, if required. The reports offer much more than simply the total number of visits, though - you could see the amount of time the visitors spent on your Internet site, the first and the last web page they opened, the web pages that received most hits, the visitors’ IPs and country, the referring search engines, the keywords which were used, etcetera. This information will give you a far greater understanding of how your Internet sites are performing and what features should be improved upon, as well as info about the consequences of any advertising campaigns you may be running.
Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated hosting come with a couple of applications which will provide you with a detailed picture of the general performance of all the websites hosted within your account. They are named AWStats and Webalizer, and they'll provide you with all the data that you may require. The information is quite detailed, so aside from the typical month-to-month, everyday and hourly site visitor stats, you shall also be able to monitor things such as the most popular first and last page viewed by your website visitors, the search engines that introduced them to your website along with the keywords they were searching for, the Internet browser and the Operating System they were using, plus more. Using this information will allow you to discover which parts of the Internet site perform worse than the others, which enables you to take measures and improve the content, as a way to make it more alluring for visitors. You may also fine-tune your marketing and advertising campaigns accordingly to raise the incoming traffic to these pages.