Knowledgebase: Control Panel Help
How do I access my website statistics?
Posted by SkyNetHosting.Net Inc. on 06 March 2007 03:06 PM

Your website stats can be found by logging into your control panel (cPanel > Web/FTP Stats) . We offer a variety of popular web site statistics programs to give you a comprehensive overview of your web site traffic & visitors.

Analog: Analog produces a simple summary of all the people who have visited your site. It is fast and provides great lightweight statistics.

Awstats: Awstats is probably the best web statistic analyzer on the web. The graphics are not too fancy, and clear and the the features are covering many requirements.

Webalizer/Webalizer Ftp: Webalizer is a more complex stats program that produces a variety of charts and graphs about who has visited your site.

Subdomain Stats: This will show statistics for the sub domains on your account.

Latest Visitors: This will show you the last 300 visitors who came to your site and some interesting information about them.

Bandwidth: This will show how many bytes your account has transferred.

Error Log: This will show errors in your site, images not loading, missing files, etc. This is very useful for debugging CGI scripts.

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Comments (2)
06 March 2007 03:14 PM
Is it possible to check how many visitors that I get from search engine and what search engines they have used and the names of the key words that they use?
06 March 2007 03:19 PM
Yes, you would be able to see how people are finding your site, if they were referred by a search engine it not only tells you which one but also the search terms they entered to find your site. Information like this is very helpful when writing content for your site and SEO (Search Engine Optimization). Furthermore, can see what countries your visitors are coming from, what sort of browser they are using and even the operating system on their computer.
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