Are you looking for last year's website statistics?

January 9, 2015

A new year means a clean slate on your build it web stats.  Statistics are extremely valuable when it comes to monitoring trends in your online business whether those trends are seasonal, environmental changes or even political. Learn more about what they mean &  how to access previous years data.

How do I access my web stats?

  1. Login to your account portal.
  2. Click the "My Account" tab.
  3. Then click the "Web Stats" link.

Are you looking for a previous year or month’s statistics?

To access your stats from previous months/years, please use the following method:

  1. Login to your current web stats.
  2. At the end of the add in the year and month you would like to view in the following format. To view all of 2014 you would view the month of December
    ex. /2014-12/.

So for example the complete URL might look like this:

What do these numbers mean?

Below are basic definitions on what each category of statistics means.

  1. Last Update:
    The date and hour of the last time when your statistics have been updated.

  2. Summary 
    A summarized format of the visits on your website for the selected period of time.

    Traffic Viewed Row:  the visits registered from regular viewers. These numbers can be associated with real people.
    Traffic not Viewed Row:  the visits to your pages that include search robots, crawl bots or replies with special HTTP status codes (i.e. pages that were not found, etc).

  3. Unique visitors
    The number of unique IP addresses that have accessed your website. This number can be associated with the different people that have browsed your website.

  4. Number of visits
    Total number of visits to your website. If a certain person reads your pages every day he/she will add to this number on each visit. Right under it, you will notice the visits/visitors ratio. It can be useful to determine how many of your users are returning to your website.

  5. Pages
    The number of different pages that were opened on your website from your visitors.

  6. Hits 
    The number of accessed files that were recorded for your pages. For example, if your index.php file includes four other documents, when the index file is accessed, it will generate a total of 5 hits.

  7. Bandwidth 
    The size of files downloaded from your website. Each file of your website has a certain size. For example, if your index.html file is 100KB, each access to your website will generate 100KB of bandwidth. The size of all files downloaded from your website is added to this number. Below it, you can find the Bandwidth/Visit. It provides you with information on how much data each visitor downloads on average.

  8. Monthly History, Days of the Month, Days of the week, Hours
    Provides you with useful information of when your website has been accessed the most. Those tables include the same fields explained above.

  9. Visitors domains/countries (Top 10)
    A list of the top 10 countries from which your website has been accessed the most. You can click on the "Full list" link in order to check all the countries that you have visitors from.

  10. Hosts (Top 10)
    A table of hostnames or IP addresses that have accessed your website. If you recognize an extensive number of visits from a certain IP address or a network, you can block the access to your website from it to prevent a possible DoS attack against your site.

  11. Robots/Spiders visitors (Top 10)
    As you probably know, search engines use bots to index websites on the Internet. Those visits to your website are recorded and shown in this category.
  12. Visits duration
    This shows the average amount of time that your visitors have spent on your website.

  13. File type
    Shows a list of the most accessed file types on your website.

  14. Pages-URL (Top 10)
    The pages in your account that were accessed by your visitors. This statistic provides you with useful information about which part of your website is most viewed.

  15. Operating Systems (Top 10)
    The operating systems that your website has been accessed from.

  16. Browsers (Top 10)
    A list of the browsers that were used to access your pages.

  17. Connect to site from
    If your website has been reached from a link in another page, this URL will be recorded here. From this part of the statistics you can receive useful information which sites refer most users to your site.

  18. Search Keyphrases and Search Keywords
    The list of keywords and keyphrases that you have set in your pages and check the way they have been scanned by the stats engine.

  19. HTTP Status codes
    A list of the HTTP error messages that your visitors have received. For example, if someone browses to a non-existent page in your site, it will add to this number.

If you feel your stats are not reflecting the traffic you are looking for, please contact us to discuss an audit of your site.