Website statistics

To know how successful your website is at accomplishing its goal, whether it's offering your products, presenting ideas, or finding new employees, you'll need some data. That's what Sitejet's Statistics page is for. In this article, we'll show you how our built-in analytics can help you and your customers measure website performance.

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Basic knowledge

Sitejet websites automatically collect information about website visitors. This information is stored anonymously and displayed under "Statistics" in the Customer Portal. With this information, you can, for example, optimize subpages and receive information about the most common visitor sources.

Tip: The more visitors, the better. As a rule, you can start to generate reliable statistics once your site reaches about 100 visitors. 

Statistics are collected from the moment the website is published and the status of the website project is set to "Done".

View the Statistics

You will find several different types of information in the "Statistics" section:

Here is where you can find information about:

  • Visitor country
  • Visitor source (where they came to the website from)
  • Browser version
  • Bounce rate
  • When visitors came to the website
  • ...and much more!

This feature is not available for you?

This feature is currently exclusively available for Sitejet Studio. If you are using the Sitejet Builder via cPanel or Plesk, it is very likely that this feature is not yet available for you. If you have any questions about this or need help with an alternative implementation, please contact the support team of the respective platform. It is also possible to submit your vote for a feature request there.

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