Because a website is used to share info and facts with the online world or to get more clients if you offer products and/or services, it is essential to know how it is doing. What you need for that is an in-depth report of the visits to the website - how many new individuals have opened it, how many have made a comeback, what pages they have visited and so on. It shall be be very useful if you know how people noticed your Internet site, particularly if you are running an advertising campaign, due to the fact that you will be able to see if people have opened your website directly or if they were referred by a browser's search engine or a site in which you advertise. This type of info will help you improve the efficiency of the Internet site and, if required, modify your marketing strategies if different parts of the Internet site should be getting more visitors. Having comprehensive statistics offers you a better comprehension of how your site is doing and a better control over your online presence.

Web & FTP Statistics in Semi-dedicated Servers

Our semi-dedicated plans feature a couple of applications which will provide you with a detailed picture of the efficiency of all the Internet sites hosted inside your account. They are called AWStats and Webalizer, and they shall offer you all the information that you may require. The info is quite detailed, so aside from the conventional month-to-month, daily and hourly site visitor stats, you shall also be able to monitor things like the most popular first and last page viewed by your visitors, the search engines that introduced them to your Internet site along 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 components of the website perform worse than the others, to aid you to take measures and improve the content, in order to make it more captivating for visitors. You can also adjust your marketing and advertising campaigns accordingly to increase the incoming traffic to these webpages.