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Visitor Analysis Plugins for Website Analytics

The Visitor Analysis Expansion Pack provides 38 advanced web analysis plugins for use with Statbot Standard Edition.

This expansion pack includes graph sets and HTML reports that focus on visitor activity, including their city and country of origin, what pages on the website they first visit, what pages on the website they last visit, how long they stay, and how often they return.

This plugin library is perfect for sales and marketing professionals, web designers, webmasters, and others interested in understanding visitor activity on their website. By tracking the surfing habits of website visitors, it is possible to fine-tune and update a website with interesting content designed to increase and retain website visitors.
This Plugin Library
Includes 38 Plugins:

Graph Sets:
Cities (3 Graphs)
Countries (3 Graphs)
Entry Pages (3 Graphs)
Exit Pages (3 Graphs)
Session Durations (3 Graphs)
Single Pages (3 Graphs)
Unique Visitors (3 Graphs)
User Sessions (3 Graphs)

HTML Reports:
Cities by Frequency
Countries by Frequency
Entry Pages by Frequency
Exit Pages by Frequency
Session Durations (3 Reports)
Single Pages by Frequency
Unique Visitors (3 Reports)
User Sessions (3 Reports)


Cities Graph Set

The Cities by Frequency graph set show which cities and provinces visitors to the website are located in, or which cities and provinces their domain names have been registered in.

This graph set is ideal for anyone interested in the geographic location of their website visitors, and is particularly useful to sales and marketing professionals who may be targeting specific cities or provinces for marketing campaigns, product launches, or location-based advertising.

These three graphs plot the visitor's city/province location over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Countries Graph Set

The Countries by Frequency graph set show which countries visitors to the website are located in, or which countries their domain names have been registered in.

This graph set is ideal for anyone interested in the geographic location of their website visitors, and is particularly useful to sales and marketing professionals who may be targeting specific countries for marketing campaigns or product launches. This graph set can also be used to determine foreign language support requirements for new products, or if foreign language capabilities need to be added to the website.

These three graphs plot the visitor's country location over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Entry Pages Graph Set

The Entry Pages graph set shows which pages on the website are used as entry points by visitors when first coming to the website.

This graph set will assist sales and marketing professionals in determining if external websites are "deep-linking" to content on the website to skip registration or bypass advertising. This graph set can also be used show which webpages on the website have been bookmarked by visitors.

These three graphs plot the most popular entry pages over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Exit Pages Graph Set

The Exit Pages graph set shows which pages on the website are last viewed by visitors before leaving the website.

This graph set is ideal for sales and marketing professionals, and will show which webpages are good candidates for exit advertising or gathering visitor information. This graph set can also be used to determine if content, imagery, or messaging is driving visitors away.

These three graphs plot the most popular exit pages over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Session Durations Graph Set

The Session Durations graph set will display the length of time visitors spend viewing and navigating the website.

This graph set is useful to sales and marketing professionals in determining how long visitors spend on the website, which can influence product sales or affect the prices they charge for website advertising. Web designers and webmasters can also use this graph set to determine how well the website is organized, and how easy it is for visitors to locate the information they seek.

These three graphs plot session durations over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Single Pages Graph Set

The Single Pages graph set shows which pages on the website are first viewed by visitors to the website, who then leave.

This graph set is ideal for sales and marketing professionals in determining if content, imagery, or messaging is driving away visitors to the website. Web designers and webmasters can also use this graph set to check for missing or badly formatted webpages.

These three graphs plot the most popular single pages over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Unique Visitors Graph Set

The Unique Visitors graph set displays the number of unique visits to the website visitors made over a given date range. The count is determined for a date range, so when reporting for a week, a visitor would be counted only once even if they visited the website once a day for seven consecutive days.

This graph set is perfect for web developers, webmasters, and sales and marketing professionals who need to know how many unique visitors viewed the website.

These three graphs plot the number of unique visitors over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

User Sessions Graph Set

The User Sessions graph set shows the number of user sessions on the website. A user session is defined as a block of time spent viewing a series of webpages on the same website.

This graph set is used by sales and marketing professionals, who can determine how effective a website is by tracking how often visitors return. The higher the ratio of user sessions to unique visitors, the more effective and popular the website.

These three graphs plot the number of user sessions over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Cities by Frequency HTML Report

The Cities by Frequency HTML report shows which cities and provinces visitors to the website are located in, or which cities and provinces their domain names have been registered in.

This HTML report is ideal for anyone interested in the geographic location of their website visitors, and is particularly useful to sales and marketing professionals who may be targeting specific cities or provinces for marketing campaigns, product launches, or location-based advertising.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each city is shown with it's associated numeric totals, percentages, and first and last timestamps.

(click to view online report)

Countries by Frequency HTML Report

The Countries by Frequency HTML report shows which countries visitors to the website are located in, or which countries their domain names have been registered in.

This HTNL report is ideal for anyone interested in the geographic location of their website visitors, and is particularly useful to sales and marketing professionals who may be targeting specific countries for marketing campaigns or product launches. This HTML report can also be used to determine foreign language support requirements for new products, or if foreign language capabilities need to be added to the website.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each country is shown with it's associated numeric totals, percentages, and first and last timestamps.

(click to view online report)

Entry Pages by Frequency HTML Report

The Entry Pages by Frequency HTML report shows which pages on the website are used as entry points by visitors when first coming to the website.

This HTML report will assist sales and marketing professionals in determining if external websites are "deep-linking" to content on the website to skip registration or bypass advertising. This HTML report can also be used show which webpages on the website have been bookmarked by visitors.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each entry page is shown with it's associated numeric totals, percentages, and first and last timestamps.

(click to view online report)

Exit Pages by Frequency HTML Report

The Exit Pages by Frequency HTML report shows which pages on the website are last viewed by visitors before leaving the website.

This HTML report is ideal for sales and marketing professionals, and will show which webpages are good candidates for exit advertising or gathering visitor information. This HTML report can also be used to determine if content, imagery, or messaging is driving visitors away.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each exit page is shown with it's associated numeric totals, percentages, and first and last timestamps.

(click to view online report)

Session Durations by Month, Week, Day HTML Report

The Session Durations HTML report will display the length of time visitors spend viewing and navigating the website.

This HTML report will be useful to sales and marketing professionals in determining how long visitors spend on the website, which can influence product sales or affect the prices they charge for website advertising. Web designers and webmasters can also use this graph set to determine how well the website is organized, and how easy it is for visitors to locate the information they seek.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where the date, length of each user session, and user session totals are displayed.

(click to view monthly online report)
(click to view weekly online report)
(click to view daily online report)

Single Pages by Frequency HTML Report

The Single Pages HTML report shows which pages on the website are first viewed by visitors to the website, who then leave.

This HTML report is ideal for sales and marketing professionals in determining if content, imagery, or messaging is driving away visitors to the website. Web designers and webmasters can also use this HTML report to check for missing or badly formatted webpages.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each single page is shown with it's associated numeric totals and percentages.

(click to view online report)

Unique Visitors by Month, Week, Day HTML Report

The Unique Visitors HTML report displays the number of unique visits to the website visitors made over a given date range. The count is determined for a date range, so when reporting for a week, a visitor would be counted only once even if they visited the website once a day for seven consecutive days.

This HTML report is perfect for web developers, webmasters, and sales and marketing professionals who need to know how many unique visitors viewed the website.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each date range is shown, along with it's numeric total.

(click to view monthly online report)
(click to view weekly online report)
(click to view daily online report)

User Sessions by Month, Week, Day HTML Report

The User Sessions HTML report shows the number of user sessions on the website. A user session is defined as a block of time spent viewing a series of webpages on the same website.

This HTML report is used by sales and marketing professionals, who can determine how effective a website is by tracking how often visitors return. The higher the ratio of user sessions to unique visitors, the more effective and popular the website.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each date range is shown, along with it's numeric total.

(click to view monthly online report)
(click to view weekly online report)
(click to view daily online report)

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