Web & FTP Statistics in Shared Website Hosting
We'll provide you comprehensive stats for all the websites hosted inside your account on our cloud platform, so you'll be able to keep an eye on the visitors for every domain or subdomain which you have. All Linux shared website hosting include 2 highly effective traffic monitoring applications – Webalizer and AWStats that you will be able to access through your Hepsia CP. They will give you extremely detailed information through graphs and tables - you will see the first and the last page visited, the most visited webpages, the unique and the returning website visitors, the most downloaded files, the referrer Internet sites, the IP addresses of the site visitors and the international locations they come from, and a lot more. By the hour, daily and monthly stats are offered, so you can see how each of your sites is doing. We even have real-time statistics, so you can observe the number of visitors and their IPs/countries at any moment.
Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated hosting feature a couple of applications which will give you a detailed picture of the overall performance of all the websites hosted inside your account. They're called AWStats and Webalizer, and they will supply you with all the information which you may require. The information is rather thorough, so apart from the conventional month-to-month, daily and hourly website visitor statistics, you'll also be able to see things like the most popular first and last page viewed by your website visitors, the search engines that brought them to your website together with the keywords they were searching for, the web browser and the OS they were using, and much more. Using this information will enable you to figure out which elements of the site perform worse than the others, to aid you to take measures and improve the content, so as to make it more interesting for visitors. You can even adapt your advertising and marketing campaigns accordingly to increase the incoming traffic to these pages.