Web & FTP Statistics in Cloud Web Hosting
If you buy one of our Linux cloud web hosting packages, you will be able to access two programs to check your site traffic. They're named Webalizer and AWStats, and the data that you will find in both of them will be as thorough as possible. By the hour, everyday and regular monthly visitor stats shall give you proper picture of how the websites perform, but you shall additionally find much more data - the most visited landing and exit webpages, the top locations and IPs, the duration of each visit, the user’s OS and Internet browser, and so forth. This info will allow you to drastically improve the website and/or your promotional initiatives. The info will be available in graphs and tables, which you can copy or download if you need any data for a report, for example. In addition, the Hepsia hosting CP features a real-time stats tool that will enable you to see 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 Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated packages feature a couple of applications that will offer you a detailed picture of the performance of all the sites hosted in your account. They are called AWStats and Webalizer, and they'll offer you all the data that you may require. The information is quite detailed, so in addition to the conventional per month, daily and hourly visitor statistics, you'll also be able to look at things like the most popular first and last web page viewed by your site visitors, the search engines which brought them to your Internet site along with the keywords they were searching for, the web browser and the Operating System they were using, and more. Using this info will enable you to determine which components of the website perform worse than the others, which enables you to take measures and improve the content, as a way to make it more captivating for visitors. You can even modify your marketing and advertising campaigns accordingly to boost the incoming traffic to these pages.