Web & FTP Statistics in Cloud Hosting
The web stats that we'll provide you with are quite detailed and shall provide you with all the information you will need with regards to the traffic to your sites. Through the Hepsia CP, which comes with our cloud hosting accounts, you can access two different apps - AWStats and Webalizer, so as to get a better perception of how the sites are performing. The statistics are hourly, day-to-day and month-to-month and feature quite a lot of information - what amount of traffic is generated by real people and what amount by bots or search engines like Google, where the site visitors have come from and if they're new, the most downloaded information, the visitors’ IP addresses, etcetera. This data is available 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 created software instrument shall also show you the site visitors and their international locations in real time.
Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages include a couple of programs which will offer you a detailed picture of the overall performance of all the websites hosted within your account. They're called AWStats and Webalizer, and they shall supply you with all the information you may require. The info is incredibly detailed, so besides the typical per month, day-to-day and hourly website visitor statistics, you'll also be able to keep an eye on things like the most popular first and last web page seen by your visitors, the search engines which sent them to your site plus the keywords they were searching for, the Internet browser and the Operating System they were using, and more. Using this information will allow you to discover which components of the Internet site perform worse than others, so that you can take measures and improve the content, in order to make it more interesting for visitors. You can also adjust your marketing and advertising campaigns accordingly to boost the incoming traffic to these pages.