Web and FTP stats are usually offered in the standard web hosting service. They'll tell you how your sites behave regarding popularity and visits, that will help you improve many sections or change an advertising campaign. There are various pieces of software with which you can keep track of the traffic to an Internet site and while a number of them are more detailed, there's a fundamental amount of information which they all display. This includes the everyday and the monthly visits, the referrer - i.e. if the visits came directly or from a third-party website, the most visited pages, and many others. This kind of information can provide you with an idea of where most of the traffic comes from or which webpages are more widely used, so that you can take measures and fix the content on the other pages or start promoting in another way, so that you can raise the number of visitors and the time they commit to the website. Consequently, this will permit you to get the maximum profits.

Web & FTP Statistics in Website Hosting

If you get one of our Linux website hosting packages, you'll be able to access 2 programs to monitor your Internet site traffic. They're called Webalizer and AWStats, and the information you will find in both of them shall be as thorough as possible. Hourly, day-to-day and regular monthly website visitor statistics will give you a perception of how the Internet sites perform, but you'll additionally find much more information - the most visited landing and exit webpages, the top countries and IPs, the duration of each visit, the user’s OS and world-wide web browser, and many others. This info will allow you to tremendously improve the website and/or your advertising campaigns. The data shall be available in graphs and tables, which you could copy or download if you require any data for a report, for instance. Furthermore, the Hepsia hosting CP comes with a real-time stats tool that will enable you to keep tabs on how many visitors are on your site at any given moment in time and what countries they come from.