Web & FTP Statistics
Need to view the web & FTP statistics pertaining to your Internet hosting account?
Since a site is used to share information and facts with the online world or to find more clients if you offer goods and/or services, it is important to know how it is doing. What you'll need for that is a detailed report of the visits to the Internet site - how many new individuals have opened it, how many have come back, what web pages they have visited etc. It will be useful if you know how people noticed your Internet site, particularly if you are running a marketing campaign, because you shall be able to see if people have opened your website directly or if they were referred by an online search engine or a portal where you advertise. Such info can help you enhance the overall performance of the site and, if needed, modify your marketing strategies if different parts of the Internet site need to be getting more site visitors. Having comprehensive statistics offers you a better understanding of how your website is doing and a better control over your presence online.
Web & FTP Statistics in Shared Web Hosting
The Webalizer and AWStats apps, offered with all of our shared web hosting, will provide you with thorough by the hour, everyday and monthly reports about the number of visitors on any website hosted in your account. You will be able to access this data with a couple of clicks in your Hepsia Control Panel and check out neat graphs and tables. You may save/download them, if needed. The reports provide a lot more than just the amount of visits, though - you could keep track of how much time the website visitors spent on your Internet site, the first and the last web page they opened, the web pages that got most hits, the visitors’ IPs and location, the referring search engines, the keywords that were used, etc. This information will give you a much better understanding of how your Internet sites are performing and what parts have to be enhanced, plus info about the success of any promotional initiatives you may be running.