Web & FTP Statistics
Notice what information is published to the Web & FTP Statistics section inside a given hosting account.
Web and FTP statistics are usually available in the standard website hosting service. They will reveal to you how your websites behave with regards to popularity and visits, which can help you boost various sections or adjust a marketing campaign. There are different pieces of software via which you can monitor the traffic to an Internet site and while some of them are more thorough, there's a standard amount of info which they all present. This includes the everyday and the monthly visits, the referrer - i.e. if the visits came directly or via a third-party site, the most visited webpages, etc. This sort of data can provide you with an idea of where most of the website traffic comes from or which pages are more popular, to help you take steps and improve the content on the other webpages or start promoting in a different way, so that you can raise the number of visitors and the time they commit to the Internet site. In turn, this will permit you to increase your profits.
Web & FTP Statistics in Hosting
The Webalizer and AWStats programs, which come with all of our hosting plans, will provide you with comprehensive by the hour, daily and month-to-month reports regarding the amount of visitors on any website hosted within your account. You will be able to 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, when necessary. The reports offer much more than simply the amount of visits, though - you could keep track of the amount of time the website visitors spent on your website, the first and the last web page they opened, the web pages that received most hits, the visitors’ IPs and location, the referring search engines, the keywords that were used, and so on. This info will give you a much better understanding of how your websites are performing and what sections have to be improved, together with details about the effects of any advertising campaigns you may be running.