Web & FTP Statistics in Cloud Hosting
If you purchase one of our Linux cloud hosting packages, you shall be able to access 2 programs to observe your website traffic. They are known as Webalizer and AWStats, and the info you will find in both of them will be as thorough as possible. By the hour, daily and regular monthly site visitor stats shall give you an idea of how the Internet sites perform, but you will additionally find much more info - the most visited landing and exit pages, the top locations and IPs, the time period of every single visit, the user’s Operating System and browser, and so on. These details will help you drastically improve the Internet site and/or your promotional initiatives. The data shall be available in graphs and tables, which you could copy or download if you want any data for a report, for instance. In addition, the Hepsia hosting CP includes a real-time stats tool that will enable you to keep tabs on how many visitors are on your Internet site at any given point in time and what locations they come from.
Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The Hepsia hosting CP, through which you'll control your semi-dedicated server account, will enable you to access 2 efficient tools for keeping track of the traffic to each of your sites - Webalizer and AWStats. Along with the standard info about the hourly, the day-to-day and the month-to-month visits, the IP addresses of the website visitors and the hottest pages, you will discover quite a lot of other useful data as well. As an example, you can see which is the most popular web page which users open initially when they go to your site and which is the most popular web page they check out before they leave, what keywords they’ve used to discover your Internet site in search engine results, what Operating Systems and browsers they employ, etc. All of this info is supplied in neat graphs and you could download and use them in advertising and marketing reports. The information could also tell you which elements of the website you can enhance, as a way to increase the traffic to it.