Web & FTP Statistics in Cloud Website Hosting
The Webalizer and AWStats programs, which come with all of our Linux cloud website hosting packages, will provide you with in-depth hourly, everyday and per month reports regarding the number of site visitors on any website hosted in your account. You will be able to access this information with several mouse clicks in your Hepsia CP and see neat graphs and tables. You may save/download them, if required. The reports include far more than only the total number of visits, though - you will be able to keep tabs on how much time the website visitors spent on your website, the first and the last page they opened, the web pages that got most hits, the visitors’ IPs and location, the referring search engines, the keywords that were used, and so forth. This info will provide you with a far greater understanding of how your websites are performing and which features have to be boosted, as well as information about the success of any promotional initiatives you may be running.
Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated packages come with a couple of applications which will give you a detailed picture of the overall performance of all the Internet sites hosted within your account. They're known as AWStats and Webalizer, and they'll provide you with all the info you may need. The info is very thorough, so other than the standard per month, daily and hourly site visitor stats, you'll also be able to keep track of things like the most popular first and last page viewed by your website visitors, the search engines that sent them to your website together with the keywords they were searching for, the web browser and the Operating System they were using, and much more. Having this info will enable you to discover which aspects of the website perform worse than the others, so you can take measures and improve the content, in order to make it more appealing to visitors. You may also adapt your advertising and marketing campaigns accordingly to boost the incoming traffic to these pages.