Web & FTP Statistics in Shared Web Hosting
If you purchase one of our Linux shared web hosting packages, you'll be able to access two programs to monitor your site traffic. They are known as Webalizer and AWStats, and the info you'll discover in both of them will be as detailed as possible. By the hour, daily and month-to-month website visitor statistics shall give you proper picture of how the sites perform, but you shall furthermore find much more information - the most visited landing and exit pages, the top countries and IPs, the time period of each and every visit, the user’s OS and world-wide web browser, and so forth. This information can help you drastically improve the website and/or your promotional initiatives. The information shall be available in graphs and tables, which you may copy or download if you require any data for a report, for instance. Also, the Hepsia hosting CP comes with a real-time stats tool that will allow you to see how many visitors are on your site at any given instant and what countries they come from.
Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated packages come with a couple of programs that will offer you a detailed picture of the performance of all the Internet sites hosted inside your account. They are called AWStats and Webalizer, and they shall provide you with all the data you may need. The information is incredibly thorough, so besides the typical monthly, daily and hourly site visitor stats, you will also be able to keep an eye on things such as the most popular first and last page viewed by your website visitors, the search engines that introduced them to your website along with the keywords they were searching for, the web browser and the OS they were using, and much more. Using this info will enable you to figure out which components of the website perform worse than others, so you can take measures and improve the content, so as to make it more appealing to visitors. You may also fine-tune your advertising campaigns accordingly to boost the incoming traffic to these pages.