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October 28th, 2003, 07:57 PM #1
I'm learning to understand the "Usage Statistics" for my websites since I believe they can be used to optimize what I'm doing. However, there are terms that I have no clue, what it does, what it is and what it is supposed to tell me.
Total Unique Sites
Total Unique URLs
Total Unique Referrers
Total Unique User Agents
October 28th, 2003, 09:36 PM #2
- Join Date
- January 17th, 2005
from my understanding(rather new at this as well)
Total Hits - a hit is any time a browser requests a page or graphics that make up the back. Say you have 1 page with 4 small graphics and a logo in the form of a gif then it would count as 6 hits.
Total Files - self explanatory I think, like "Total Pages" but including all the graphic files or style sheets that one requires to view a page. Might as well be Total Hits? :P
Total Pages - how many times a page has been served?
Total Visits - how many times your site has been accessed
Total KBytes - self explanatory(your bandwidth used)
Total Unique Sites - not quite sure
Total Unique URLs - not quite sure
Total Unique Referrers - where people are coming from to get to your site
Total Unique User Agents - what browser a visitor is using
October 29th, 2003, 03:42 AM #3
Quoting from my Host's help page:
Each request made to the server comes from a unique site, which can be determined by a name or an IP address. The value shows how many unique IP addresses made requests to the server during the reporting time period.
In other words, Sites is a unique visitor over that time period, so it's probably the most useful statistic in the bunch.
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