Stats are a great way to monitor your site traffic, and may be used in conjunction with SEO Booster to track the impact of your optimization tasks.
Webs Stats can be accessed through the account Dashboard under Statistics. Site owners who have both Clicky and Webs Stats can access Clicky through a sub-menu in Statistics. Those who have the Webs Stats and never activated Clicky will not see the Clicky option.
Click through the following topics to learn more about Stats.
The first page under the Statistics section is Pageviews. Pageviews counts the number of times pages on yuor website were visited.
NOTE: Site owners with Free or Domain Only accounts, or the Starter package, will only be able to see their Pageviews Summary and Total Pageviews graph. The Popular Pages Table is available for Advanced Stats site owners with an Enhanced or Pro package. Click here to upgrade your site to Enhanced or Pro.
The Pageviews Summary offers the following counts:
- Total Pageviews
- Monthly Average
- Best Month
- Weekly Average
- Best Week
- Daily Average
- Best Day
This section displays total pageviews for a specified date range. Use the date range drop down to select from a list of default date ranges or to enter your own custom date range.
Total Pageviews Graph
This graph charts your page views over a period of time and allows you to quickly identify peak traffic days. Hover your mouse over a specific date point to see the count of pageviews for that date.
Your Visitors page counts the number of unique visitors to your site. If one unique visitor visits multiple pages, they will generate pageviews for each page they visit, but will only be counted once as a unique visitor.
NOTE: Site owners with Free or Domain Only accounts, or the Starter package, will not be able to access the Visitors tab. The Visitors tab is available for Advanced Stats site owners with an Enhanced or Pro package. Click here to upgrade your site to Enhanced or Pro.
- Traffic Sources
Traffic Sources are displayed in a stacked bar chart. Each color represents a different traffic source. The table below will correspond with the different colors in the stacked chart.
NOTE: Site owners with Free or Domain Only accounts, or the Starter package, will not be able to access the Traffic Sources tab. The Traffic Sources tab is available for Advanced Stats site owners with an Enhanced or Pro package. Click here to upgrade your site to Enhanced or Pro.
Why can't I access the Visitors and Traffic Sources tabs?
The Visitors and Traffic Sources tabs are available to site owners with an Enhanced or Pro premium package. Click here to upgrade your site with an Enhanced or Pro premium package.
Can I block IP addresses from my site?
We do not block IPs. If you want to restrict access to your website you may password-protect it or make it Member’s Only.
What’s the difference between visits and pageviews?
A visit is a single session during which a Visitor to your website visits at least one page. Single hits to each page count as pageviews. Therefore, a Visitor can generate multiple Pageviews.
If I visit my own site does that count as a hit?
When cookies are enabled on your browser, or the browsers of your visitors, a number of pageviews by that visitor within a 24 hour period will count as a visit, including your own. If you are constantly visiting your own site that will count as one visit within that 24 hour period.
NOTE: As long as Cookies are enabled on your browser, you will only be counted once every 24 hours as a Unique Visitor. This applies to your visitors as well.
I do not see Clicky in my new site account.
For site accounts that are created as of the launch of Web Stats, you will only have Web Stats as your analytics provider. If you have Clicky installed on another site you may continue using it.