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The following overall summary is displayed for all types of reports:
Unique Visitors - number of unique visitors for the requested time period. A visitor
is identified by a unique IP address in a 24 hour time period.
Page Views - number of page views for the requested time period. You can define custom
HTML types that will be tracked as HTML pages in Configuration menu.
File Requests - number of file requests for the requested time period. A file request
is a request of any type of the file from your server i.e. HTML page, image file, CGI script, etc. File
requests are also often called hits.
Data Transfer in Kb - data transfer in kilobytes for the requested time period.
Avg. Visit Time per Visitor - average length of a visit in hr:min:sec format.
It is the time between the first and last requests of HTML pages by user, so the time spent on the
last page is not included.
Avg. Page Views per Visitor - average number of page views per visitor for the
requested time period.
Ad Campaigns and Partners - number of visitors that were referred to your web site
by the web sites you specified in Configuration menu. If you participate in banner exchanges
or buy banner ad space from other web sites use this feature to track how effective each one of those
Direct Hits & Bookmarks - number of visitors that came to your web site by just typing
in the URL in the browser or by clicking on a link in their bookmarks.
Top 50 Search Engines - number of visitors that were referred to your web site by the
top 50 search engines, meta search engines, and paid search engines. Shows you if your search engine
campaign is bringing you any traffic. To see how your site is rated on a particular search engine check
Search Engines report. Also check Search Queries
report to see which key phrases people are using to find your web site. Use these reports in combination to
increase search engine traffic.
Other Web Sites - number of visitors that were referred to your web site by other web
sites. Tells you if other web sites link to your site and whether banner exchanges are brigning you any
traffic. If you wish to track how many vistors a particular web site is sending, you should add it to
Ad Campaigns report.
Newsgroups - number of visitors that were referred to your web site by newsgroups.
If you are advertising on any newsgroups this will show how effective your efforts are.
E-Mails - number of visitors that were referred to your web site by pop and web based
e-mail. If you are using e-mail advertising this will show how effective it is.
When requesting reports for more than one day, a graph representing the number of visitors and page views
for each day is displayed. You can group it by days, weeks, months, and days of the week simply by clicking the
appropriate button. This graph helps you to see your web site's progress over a given period of time and
allows you to see which days of the week are the most active.
This report displays the graph representing the number of visitors and page views for the 24 hour period.
Using this graph you can monitor your site's level of activity during the day and night.
This report displays which operating systems were used to access your web site. Including
Windows 3.x, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows CE, Windows NT, Windows 2K, Windows XP, Unknown
Windows, BSD/OS, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Tru64 Unix, HP-UX, IBM AIX, IRIX, Linux, Solaris, Unknown
Unix, Macintosh, Amiga OS, RISC OS, IBM OS/2, BeOS, WebTV, and Sega Dreamcast (27 total). Search engine
spiders and any other operating systems will be listed as Unknown OS. Interactive 3D Java pie chart
displays the share of each operating system.
This report displays which browsers were used to access your site. Versions 1.x through 8.x of
Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and AOL browsers. Also included, without the version
breakdown, Opera, Lynx, Java Based, OmniWeb, NetPositive, Netscape Compatible, and WebTV browsers.
Unknown Browser contains all other browsers and search engine spiders. Interactive 3D Java pie chart
displays a share of each browser type without version breakdown.