Informations Collated When Monitoring Website Traffic

by Geethalakshmi 2011-01-05 11:24:21

Informations Collated When Monitoring Website Traffic

The following types of information are often collated when monitoring web traffic:
* The number of visitors.
* The average number of page views per visitor – a high number would indicate that the average visitors go deep inside the site, possibly because they like it or find it useful.
* Average visit duration – the total length of a user's visit. As a rule the more time they spend the more they're interested in your company and are more prone to contact.
* Average page duration – how long a page is viewed for. The more pages viewed, the better it is for your company.
* Domain classes – all levels of the IP Addressing information required to deliver Webpages and content.
* Busy times – the most popular viewing time of the site would show when would be the best time to do promotional campaigns and when would be the most ideal to perform maintenance
* Most requested pages – the most popular pages
* Most requested entry pages – the entry page is the first page viewed by a visitor and shows which are the pages most attracting visitors
* Most requested exit pages – the most requested exit pages could help find bad pages, broken links or the exit pages may have a popular external link
* Top paths – a path is the sequence of pages viewed by visitors from entry to exit, with the top paths identifying the way most customers go through the site
* Referrers; The host can track the (apparent) source of the links and determine which sites are generating the most traffic for a particular page.

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