Web & FTP Statistics
Discover what information is mentioned in the Web & FTP Statistics area in a given website hosting account.
Since a site is used to share information with the online world or to find more clients if you offer goods and/or services, it is important to know how it is progressing. What you will need for that is a comprehensive log of the visits to the Internet site - how many new individuals have opened it, how many have come back, what pages they've visited and many others. It'll also be beneficial if you know how people came across your site, specifically if you are running a marketing campaign, because you'll be able to find out if people have opened your Internet site directly or if they were referred by a browser's search engine or a portal in which you advertise. This sort of info will help you improve the efficiency of the website and, if needed, adapt your advertising practices if different parts of the website should be getting more targeted traffic. Having detailed stats offers you a better understanding of how your website is doing and a better control over your presence online.
Web & FTP Statistics in Cloud Hosting
The Webalizer and AWStats apps, offered with all cloud hosting, will provide you with detailed hourly, daily and monthly reports regarding the amount of visitors on any website hosted inside your account. You may access this information with several clicks from your Hepsia Control Panel and see neat graphs and tables. You can save/download them, if necessary. The reports offer far more than just the total number of visits, though - you can monitor how much time the website visitors spent on your Internet site, the first and the last page they opened, the pages that received most hits, the visitors’ IPs and country, the referring search engines, the keywords which were used, etc. This information offers you a better perception of how your Internet sites are performing and which elements must be improved upon, as well as info about the consequences of any advertising campaigns you may be running.