Web & FTP Statistics in Shared Web Hosting
When you buy one of our Linux shared web hosting, you shall be able to access 2 apps to keep track of your website traffic. They're known as Webalizer and AWStats, and the info you'll find in both of them will be as in depth as possible. Hourly, everyday and monthly site visitor stats shall give you proper picture of how the sites perform, but you'll also find much more data - the most visited landing and exit pages, the top countries and IPs, the length of each and every visit, the user’s Operating System and Internet browser, and many others. These details will help you tremendously improve the site and/or your advertising campaigns. The information shall be available in graphs and tables, which you could copy or download if you need any data for a report, for example. In addition, the Hepsia hosting Control Panel includes a real-time statistics tool that will enable you to observe how many visitors are on your Internet site at any given moment and what locations they come from.
Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Servers
The Hepsia hosting Control Panel, via which you'll handle your semi-dedicated server account, allows you to access 2 amazing tools for keeping track of the traffic to all of your sites - Webalizer and AWStats. Along with the standard data about the hourly, the daily and the month-to-month visits, the IP addresses of the website visitors and the most well liked pages, you will discover quite a lot of other useful information as well. As an illustration, you can see which is the hottest web page that users open initially when they go to your site and which is the most popular page they look at before they leave, what keywords they’ve used to come across your site in search engine results, what Operating Systems and Internet browsers they use, etc. All this information is provided in neat graphs and you could download and use them in advertising reports. The info may also tell you which aspects of the Internet site you can improve, as a way to raise the traffic to it.