Our Program

Program Description

Main menu

It consists of the following tabs:

  1. Summary
  2. Visits
  3. References
  4. Actions
  5. Users
  6. Search Engines
  7. Technical
  8. Detailed
  9. Configuration

The corresponding tabs allow us to familiarize yourself with detailed information about visitors to our site.

1. Summary

View window:

Summary

Windows:

  • Visits in the past 30 days – in the window we have information on the number of visits and page views in the last 30 days.
  • Visits in the past 24 hours – in the window we have information on the number of visits and views in the past 24 hours.
  • Summary

Period the total number of visits and views of the current day, last 30 days, all visits and views since the launch of statistics.

On average – average of visits and page views per hour on average per day and per month. Direct input – the sum of all enter the site. The user typed in the browser address of our website. Inputs from search engines – the sum of all enter the site. The user has been directed by the search engines, eg. Google inputs of the parties of recommendation – the sum of all inputs of the parties or services on which was placed a link to our site from search engines exclusion

The average time spent on the site – tells us how much the average user spent time on our side. The value shows us that the page is interesting for users and content of interest to people visiting our site.

Currently online – the number of people who are currently on our website.

Shares of the visit – the average number of page views (move between tabs on this page) taken during one visit.

Bounce – it is a factor of visits given in%, calculated at the time when the user visiting our website immediately after entering, she left it. If the ratio is high likely site did not meet the expectations of the people entering.

2. Visits

In this section we have shown visits and views broken down into defined slots.

2.1. Visits in the past 12 months

Visits in the past 12 monthsHere we see how much information was of visits and page views in the last 12 months divided into individual months. After moving to points dotted box is displayed the exact number of visits or page views depending on the selected options.

2.2. Visits by day

Visits by day

Here we see how much information was of visits and page views during the last 30 days, broken down by day. After moving to points dotted box is displayed the exact number of visits or page views depending on the selected options.

2.3. Bounce by days


Here we see how much information the bounce occurred during the day. After moving to points dotted box is displayed with the exact amount of bounce given in%.

2.4. Visits by hour

Here we see how much information was of visits and views in a given hour on a particular day, you hover over points dotted box is displayed the exact number of visits or page views depending on the selected options.

After kliknkięciu in the field with a date you are displayed calendar through which we can choose any day.

2.5. Most often in the days of the week

We see here counted visits and views by day of the week (counting all inputs since the start of statistics), you hover over points dotted box is displayed the exact number of visits or page views depending on the selected options.

2.6. Frequently hours

We see here counted visits and views split on hours (counting all inputs since the start of statistics). After moving to points dotted box is displayed the exact number of visits or page views depending on the selected options.

3. References

3.1. Enter by type

Input Sources

Here we see the number of inputs information in the past 30 days divided into:

  • side of recommendation – yellow line,
  • search engines – the blue line.
  • direct entries – red line

After moving to points dotted box is displayed with the exact amount of data inputs.

3.2. The most common side recommendation

The most common side recommendation

Here we see accurate information on the number of inputs in a selected time period (setting the date) and information recommending which sites or which search engines they came to our site visitors.

On the table are displayed the data on:

  • URL – the address of the page from which there is a move
  • chart – percentage of inputs from a given url
  • visit – the total amount of visits from a given url in the given period
  • Wed. number of shares – the average number of shares made by a particular user, which came from the page during the given period
  • Wed. time of the visit – the average time spent you access our site from a page recommending, in the given period.

You can quickly check if there are any input from recommending a specific page on our site. In the “Address” enter the address of the page and confirm by pressing the “Show”.

4. Shares

4.1. Most visited pages

Most visited pages

In this statement we can see which pages of our site are most frequently visited during the given period.

4.2. Pages Input

Pages Input

In this statement we can see which pages of our site are parties who hit a first time user in a given period.

4.3. Pages Output

Pages Output

In this statement we can see which pages our service, were the last pages are displayed by the user before leaving our service during the given period.

4.4. The longest displayed page

The longest running side

In this statement, we see that the page of our site have been parties most interesting and where you spent the most time during the given period.

4.5. Click on external links

External links

In this statement, we see that the external links were chosen by a person staying on our website during the given period.

4.6. Most downloaded files

Most downloaded files

In this statement we see what files (jpg, gif, pdf, etc.) Were the most frequently downloaded from our website during the given period.

5. Users

5.1. Most often hosts

On this tab, we see from the hosts which was most often visited our website during the given period.

Hosts can be defined as:

  • IP number assigned to a public Internet user
  • if you have the IP number of private class IP number is displayed his ISP
  • if the IP number is set revdns host name is displayed

5.2. Frequently Member

In this statement we see the statistics, of which countries were most often arrived at our site in a given period

6. Search Engines

6.1. Inputs from search engines

We have presented a table with the sum of all inputs from search engines recently.

6.2. The most common search engines

In this statement we see the sum of visits in a selected period of time from which search engines came to our site users.

6.3. Keyword ranking

In this statement we see keyword ranking, ie what keywords users typed into the search engine hitting on our website

  • We see information on the total number of visits after the selected word
  • the average time they spent visiting user on our website after entering the keyword
  • the average number of actions performed by the user

For a thorough analysis of keywords, we can by pressing the “+” to develop a precise list of the division of the keyword for the different browsers from which you came.

We have the ability to filter by keywords for this purpose in the “word or phrase” expression of interest can enter and confirm by pressing the “Show”. If you need to export “keywords” to an external file that we use for this purpose the “Export – CSV” or “Export – XML ​​’.

7. Technical

After selecting a specific period, we have the opportunity to learn the technical data concerning the parameters of computer hardware users of our visitors.

7.1 Ranking browsers

Summary sum of visits on installed software and Web browsers.

7.2. Ranking resolution

Statement on the set screen resolution of visitors to our website.

7.3. Ranking operating systems


Statement informing us of what the most common operating systems used by our visitors.

7.4. Ranking color depth

Statement on the set number of bits used to represent the color of a pixel.

8. Detailed

Detailed information about each wizyce

The “specific” shows us the exact activities on our website and contains the following data:

  • IP number from which merged
  • what is the hostname
  • technical parameters
  • which site you came from
  • If our site was found in a search engine, it is advisable keyword along with the position where it was displayed in the browser
  • The exact date and time of which took place entry
  • using state flag is determined
  • specified list of bookmarks within our website you have visited
  • total time of visit

9. Configuration

List menu of available options in the configuration tab

9.1 List pages

We have here all the domains of the listing you have added to the system ASENTIOSTATS with information regarding the number of daily visits and page views, page rank, Alexa, Yahoo BL, Yahoo Site

at the end of the column shares are 3 icons

9.2 Edit Page

We have the ability to change the address of the page as well as the exclusion of IP addresses that are not recorded in the system ASENTIOSTATS

9.3 Removal of the page

Use this button to remove the page from the system ASENTIOSTATS

9.4 Details of site

I find here that the generated code should be placed on their website in order to properly analyze traffic to your website

 

  • AddAt this point we have the option of adding turn the page to the site ASENTIOSTAT, add page according to an “www.asentiostats.com”

    9.4 Edit Account


    If you want to change your email address or password, we make this just the place after the introduction of appropriate data confirm by pressing “Save”

    Site Analysis

    For a quick analysis of your site, without unnecessary delve into its source code, this section has been prepared to quickly and easily see the current meta tags such as:

    • Title
    • Keywords
    • Description

    In addition, it is counted as a percentage keyword density and percentage of density phrases.

    • Objectives

    At this point we can set accurate monitoring of files on our website and what actions are taken by users who have visited our website in relation to them.