Web & FTP Statistics
Discover what data is mentioned in the Web & FTP Statistics part inside a given website hosting account.
Due to the fact that a website is used to share info with the online world or to find more clients in case you offer products and/or services, it is essential to know how it is doing. What you will need for that is an in-depth record of the visits to the website - how many new individuals have opened it, how many have made a comeback, what pages they have visited and so on. It will also be very beneficial if you know how people came across your Internet site, especially if you are running a marketing campaign, since you'll be able to determine if people have opened your site directly or if they were referred by an online search engine or a portal where you advertise. This kind of info will enable you to enhance the overall performance of the site and, if required, change your advertising strategies if various parts of the website need to be getting more traffic. Having thorough statistics will give you a better comprehension of how your site is doing and a better control over your online presence.
Web & FTP Statistics in Shared Hosting
If you purchase one of our shared hosting, you'll be able to access two programs to check your site traffic. They're known as Webalizer and AWStats, and the data you'll discover in both of them shall be as thorough as possible. By the hour, everyday and regular monthly visitor statistics shall give you a perception of how the websites perform, but you shall also 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 OS and world-wide web browser, and so on. This data will help you significantly improve the website and/or your advertising campaigns. The data will be available in graphs and tables, that you can copy or download if you require any data for a report, for instance. Furthermore, the Hepsia hosting Control Panel comes with a real-time stats tool that will enable you to observe how many visitors are on your website at any given instant and what countries they come from.