Web & FTP Statistics in Cloud Web Hosting
When you acquire one of our cloud web hosting, you will be able to access two programs to observe your site traffic. They are known as Webalizer and AWStats, and the info you will find in both of them shall be as in depth as possible. By the hour, day-to-day and regular monthly site visitor statistics will give you an idea of how the sites perform, but you'll furthermore find much more information - the most visited landing and exit webpages, the top countries and IPs, the duration of each and every visit, the user’s Operating System and browser, and so on. This info can help you considerably improve the website and/or your promotional initiatives. The data will be available in graphs and tables, that you can copy or download if you require any data for a report, for example. In addition, the Hepsia hosting CP includes a real-time stats tool which will allow you to observe how many visitors are on your website at any given point in time and what nations around the world they come from.
Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Servers
Our semi-dedicated servers include a couple of programs which will give you a detailed picture of the efficiency of all the Internet sites hosted inside your account. They're known as AWStats and Webalizer, and they'll provide you with all the data you may need. The info is very thorough, so besides the typical monthly, day-to-day and hourly site visitor statistics, you will also be able to monitor things like the most popular first and last page viewed by your site visitors, the search engines that brought them to your Internet site along with the keywords they were searching for, the Internet browser and the Operating System they were using, and a lot more. Having this data will permit you to determine which components of the website perform worse than others, allowing you to take measures and improve the content, in order to make it more captivating for visitors. You may also adapt your marketing and advertising campaigns accordingly to boost the incoming traffic to these web pages.