Web & FTP Statistics in Shared Hosting
The web stats which we will provide you with are quite detailed and will provide you with all the data that you will need with regards to the traffic to your websites. Through the Hepsia Control Panel, provided with our shared hosting accounts, you have access to two different apps - AWStats and Webalizer, in order to get a better perception of how the Internet sites are performing. The statistics are by the hour, daily and monthly and provide quite a lot of info - what amount of traffic is created by real people and what amount by bots or search engines like Yahoo, where the site visitors have come from and if they are new, the most downloaded information, the visitors’ IP addresses, etcetera. This information is viewable in graphs and tables and you may save it if you have to make a report about the overall performance of any Internet site, for example. An in-house developed software tool will also show you the site visitors and their locations in real time.
Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated hosting include a couple of programs which will provide you with a detailed picture of the general performance of all the sites hosted inside your account. They're named AWStats and Webalizer, and they shall make available to you all the info that you may need. The data is incredibly detailed, so besides the conventional monthly, daily and hourly site visitor stats, you'll also be able to keep track of things such as the most popular first and last web page viewed by your website visitors, the search engines that brought them to your Internet site along with the keywords they were searching for, the Internet browser and the OS they were using, plus more. Having this data will permit you to determine which components of the Internet site perform worse than the others, so that you can take measures and improve the content, so as to make it more interesting for visitors. You may also adapt your marketing and advertising campaigns accordingly to boost the incoming traffic to these webpages.