Web & FTP Statistics in Cloud Web Hosting
If you purchase one of our Linux cloud web hosting, you'll be able to access 2 applications to observe your Internet site traffic. They're named Webalizer and AWStats, and the info you'll discover in both of them will be as in depth as possible. By the hour, daily and month-to-month site visitor stats shall give you an idea of how the Internet sites perform, but you will also find much more data - the most visited landing and exit pages, the top locations and IPs, the time period of every visit, the user’s OS and Internet browser, and many others. These details can help you greatly improve the site and/or your advertising campaigns. The data will be available in graphs and tables, which you may copy or download if you require any data for a report, for instance. Moreover, the Hepsia hosting Control Panel provides a real-time statistics tool that will allow you to see how many visitors are on your Internet site 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 hosting feature a couple of apps that will offer you a detailed picture of the efficiency of all the websites hosted inside your account. They're named AWStats and Webalizer, and they will supply you with all the information that you may need. The information is quite thorough, so apart from the conventional monthly, daily and hourly site visitor statistics, you shall also be able to keep an eye on things such as the most popular first and last web page viewed by your website visitors, the search engines which introduced them to your website together with the keywords they were searching for, the web browser and the OS they were using, etc. Having this data will allow you to discover which aspects of the site perform worse than others, to aid you to take measures and improve the content, in order to make it more alluring for visitors. You may also adjust your advertising and marketing campaigns accordingly to increase the incoming traffic to these web pages.