Monthly Website Analytics Overview Report
What is the Monthly Website Analytics Report About?
This is like a treasure map, showing how people have been exploring your website in the past 30 days. Don’t worry if you’re not a tech wizard, we are here to explain everything in a way that’s super easy to understand.
Top of the Report - Core Metrics
Total Users: This is the sum of individuals who visited your website. Consider it as a headcount of the attendees at an event.
New Users: These are the guests who visited your website for the first time within the last 30 days. Always great to see new faces!
Sessions: A session is a group of interactions that take place on your website within a given time frame. Think of it as one person’s journey from entering to leaving your website.
Views: This represents the total number of pages that have been viewed. It’s like keeping track of how many times your content was laid eyes on.
Sessions Per User: This is the average number of sessions per user. It gives an idea of how often individuals are coming back to browse through your site.
Site Sessions Trend Graph
Here you will see a line graph displaying the number of sessions daily for the past 30 days. It’s like a heartbeat monitor for your website’s activity. Plus, you can compare it with the previous month to check if you’re getting busier or having a quieter period.
Traffic Sources Chart
This chart tells you how people discovered your website. Whether they typed in your web address directly, found you through a search engine, or clicked on a link somewhere else. Next to each source, you’ll see the number of sessions and views generated from each. It’s akin to understanding which invitations brought more guests.
Page URL and Views Table
This table provides you with a list of specific pages on your website and how many times each was viewed. Think of it as seeing which topics or products are attracting the most attention.
Cities with Sessions and Views Graph
This graph represents the geographical locations of your visitors by country, city and the associated number of sessions and views from each. It’s a glimpse into where your audience is located geographically.
And there you have it! This report is designed to give you a concise and clear understanding of how your website is performing. If you have any questions or need further assistance, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Help & FAQ
Frequent Website Analytics Questions
The Monthly Visitor Report is a summary of how your website performed over the past 30 days. It shows various metrics like the number of users, sessions, and views. It's important because it helps you understand your audience, track your website's growth, and make informed decisions to improve your site's performance.
'Total Users' refers to everyone who visited your website, including both new and returning visitors. 'New Users', on the other hand, only includes those who visited your site for the first time within the last 30 days. Knowing the proportion of new to returning visitors can help you gauge how well you are attracting and retaining your audience.
'Sessions' refers to the set of interactions a user has on your website within a given time frame. Paying attention to sessions helps you understand how engaged users are with your content and can be indicative of the relevance and quality of your website.
Yes, the 'Page URL and Views' table shows you the specific pages on your website and how many times each was viewed. This information is valuable for understanding what content or products are attracting the most attention.
The 'Traffic Sources Graph' shows you how visitors arrived at your site, such as through search engines, direct links, or social media. Understanding where your traffic is coming from helps you to optimize your marketing strategies and focus your efforts on channels that are most effective in bringing visitors to your site.
Comparing the current 30-day period with the previous one helps you understand trends and changes in your website's traffic. This information can be used to identify patterns, measure the impact of recent changes, or gauge the success of marketing campaigns.
The 'Cities with Sessions and Views' graph shows you where your visitors are located. With this data, you can tailor your content or advertising to appeal to specific regions, or focus on areas where your website is already popular to maximize engagement.
Focus on the 'Sessions', 'Views', and 'Traffic Sources' metrics. By understanding where your traffic is coming from and which pages are most viewed, you can create more relevant content and use channels that are most effective in bringing engaged visitors.
'Sessions Per User' is calculated by dividing the total number of sessions by the total number of users. It indicates how often, on average, a visitor returns to your website within the 30-day period. A higher number may suggest that your content is engaging and encourages visitors to return.
Yes, if you require specific data or a customized report format, please get in touch with us at SelexWeb. We are committed to providing you with the information you need to make the best decisions for your website.