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Statistics

Welcome to our tutorial on how to use our advanced website statistics tool. Website statistics are a vital tool in understanding how your customers utilize your 4.0 website. Given the large amount of information out statistics tool puts right at your fingertips, this guide will explain the various fields by their section. To begin simply click the arrow next to a section to display descriptions for all of the fields available for your to edit. If you have any further questions on the significance of any section feel free to contact our 24/7 technical support for more information.

  • Unique Visitors - This is the number of individual IP addresses that have visited the site.
  • Number of Visits - This is the total number of visits to the site.
  • Pages - This is the total number of pages that have been visited.
  • Hits - This is the total number of files visited. For example, a page with three images on it would count for four hits.
  • Bandwidth - This is the amount of bandwidth used by visitors to the site.
  • Unique Visitors - This is the number of individual IP addresses that have visited the site.
  • Number of Visits - This is the total number of visits to the site.
  • Pages - This is the total number of pages that have been visited.
  • Hits - This is the total number of files visited. For example, a page with three images on it would count for four hits.
  • Bandwidth - This is the amount of bandwidth used by visitors to the site.
  • Number of Visits - This is the total number of visits to the site.
  • Pages - This is the total number of pages that have been visited.
  • Hits - This is the total number of files visited. For example, a page with three images on it would count for four hits.
  • Bandwidth - This is the amount of bandwidth used by visitors to the site.
  • Number of Visits - This is the total number of visits to the site.
  • Pages - This is the total number of pages that have been visited.
  • Hits - This is the total number of files visited. For example, a page with three images on it would count for four hits.
  • Bandwidth - This is the amount of bandwidth used by visitors to the site.
  • Pages - This is the total number of pages that have been visited.
  • Hits - This is the total number of files visited. For example, a page with three images on it would count for four hits.
  • Bandwidth - This is the amount of bandwidth used by visitors to the site.
  • Pages - This is the total number of pages that have been visited.
  • Hits - This is the total number of files visited. For example, a page with three images on it would count for four hits.
  • Bandwidth - This is the amount of bandwidth used by visitors to the site.
  • Pages - This is the total number of pages that have been visited.
  • Hits - This is the total number of files visited. For example, a page with three images on it would count for four hits.
  • Bandwidth - This is the amount of bandwidth used by visitors to the site.
  • Last Visit - The last time the robot/spider visited the site.
  • Number of Visits - This is the total number of visits that lasted the specified duration.
  • Percent - The percentage of visits that lasted the specified duration.
  • Number of Visits - This is the total number of hits for the specified file type
  • Percent - The percentage of hits that were for the specified file type.
  • Bandwidth - This is the amount of bandwidth used by the specified file type
  • Percent - The percentage of bandwidth used by the specified file type.
  • Viewed - The number of times the page was viewed.
  • Average Size - The average file size of the page during the statistics period.
  • Entry - The number of times the page was the first page viewed during a visit to the site.
  • Exit - The number of times the page was the last page viewed during a visit to the site.
  • Pages - This is the total number of pages that have been visited by users with the specified operating system.
  • Percent - This is the percentage of page views by users with the specified operating system.
  • Hits - This is the total number of files visited by users with the specified operating system.. For example, a page with three images on it would count for four hits.
  • Percent - This is the percentage of hits by users with the specified operating system.
  • 301 Moved permanently (redirect) - This is the number of times a visitor tried to access a redirected page, such as a page you use in the Web Address Redirect Tool. Many ecommerce pages will also result in a 301 redirect hit.
  • 404 Document Not Found - This is the number of times a visitor tried to access a page on your domain that does not exist. You can click on 404 to see the pages that they tried to reach.
  • 302 Moved temporarily - This is the number of times a visitor tried to access a redirected page. Some ecommerce pages will also result in a 302 redirect hit, but there will likely be very few of these.

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