Website visitor statistics are an integral part of any web hosting service. The number of people which have seen your website can provide you with additional information on how it is performing and will reveal to you if you have to work on improving it. The web stats for a site include the day-to-day and the monthly visits (unique and reloads), the most visited pages and the referrer sites, so if you notice that a number of pages are getting far less website traffic than others, you can consider making them more appealing to the visitors to use the whole potential of your site. In case you are advertising on the Internet, you'll also be able to see if the money was well-invested or not, because the web stats usually include information about third-party sites and search engines which refer visitors to your website. Having detailed and reliable stats will help you boost your Internet site and plan your advertising strategies better, so as to get more potential customers.
Web & FTP Statistics in Shared Web Hosting
When you get one of our Linux shared web hosting packages, you will be able to access two applications to keep track of your site traffic. They are named Webalizer and AWStats, and the information you'll discover in both of them shall be as thorough as possible. By the hour, everyday and monthly visitor stats will give you an idea of how the sites perform, but you'll furthermore find much more information - the most visited landing and exit webpages, the top nations and IPs, the duration of each and every visit, the user’s Operating System and world-wide web browser, etc. This data can help you tremendously improve the website and/or your promotional initiatives. The information shall be available in graphs and tables, that you can copy or download if you want any data for a report, for instance. Furthermore, the Hepsia hosting Control Panel features a real-time statistics tool that will allow you to keep track of how many visitors are on your Internet site at any given point in time and what countries they come from.