Web & FTP Statistics
See exactly what info is listed in the Web & FTP Statistics segment within a given hosting account.
Web and FTP figures are usually included in the standard hosting service. They'll show you how your Internet sites behave with regards to popularity and visits, which will help you improve various sections or adapt an advertising campaign. There are many pieces of software with which you can keep tabs on the traffic to a site and while some of them are more detailed, there's a standard amount of info which they all display. This includes the day-to-day and the monthly visits, the referrer - i.e. if the visits came directly or through a third-party site, the most visited pages, etcetera. This type of information can give you an idea of where most of the traffic comes from or which webpages are more preferred, to help you take steps and improve the content on the other webpages or start marketing differently, to increase the number of visitors and the time they remain on the website. Subsequently, this will permit you to increase your profits.
Web & FTP Statistics in Cloud Hosting
The Webalizer and AWStats apps, which come with all of our cloud plans, will provide you with detailed hourly, day-to-day and monthly reports concerning the number of site visitors on any website hosted within your account. You are able to access this data with several mouse clicks in your Hepsia Control Panel and check out neat graphs and tables. You'll be able to save/download them, if required. The reports offer much more than only the total number of visits, though - you will be able to see the amount of time the site visitors spent on your Internet site, the first and the last web page they opened, the pages that got most hits, the visitors’ IPs and country, the referring search engines, the keywords that were used, etcetera. This information will give you an even better understanding of how your websites are doing and which parts should be improved, together with info about the results of any promotional initiatives you may be running.