Web & FTP Statistics in Shared Hosting
The Webalizer and AWStats applications, supplied with all shared hosting, will provide you with thorough by the hour, day-to-day and month-to-month reports with regards to the amount of website visitors on any website hosted inside your account. You can access this information with several mouse clicks from your Hepsia Control Panel and see neat graphs and tables. You'll be able to save/download them, if required. The reports feature a lot more than just the total number of visits, though - you could monitor the span of time the site visitors spent on your site, the first and the last web page they opened, the web pages that got most hits, the visitors’ IPs and region, the referring search engines, the keywords which were used, and so forth. This information will provide you with a much better perception of how your websites are doing and what parts have to be boosted, along with information about the consequences of any advertising campaigns you may be running.
Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated packages come with a couple of programs which will supply you with a detailed picture of the performance of all the Internet sites hosted in your account. They're named AWStats and Webalizer, and they will provide you with all the info you may need. The data is rather thorough, so other than the conventional monthly, everyday and hourly visitor statistics, you'll also be able to see things like the most popular first and last web page viewed by your site visitors, the search engines that introduced them to your Internet site together with the keywords they were searching for, the browser and the Operating System they were using, plus more. Having this information will allow you to discover which components of the Internet site perform worse than the others, which enables you to take measures and improve the content, in order to make it more captivating for visitors. You may also modify your advertising campaigns accordingly to raise the incoming traffic to these pages.