We, StreetWise solutions, are a company who’s main business is delivering Network and internet solutions for the small business company’s in Holland. Since the demand of building and hosting websites and web solutions is getting bigger also the need for information is growing. We want to supply our customers with a new and complete stats en report overview by there websites. The info we now can give is very little and not complete.
We are aware there is good tooling out there and our company is very well capable to build it ourselves. But the current workload on our designers is to big to do this. That is way we are doing a request on your skills to help us out.
What we need is an exact functionally copy of the service that [url removed, login to view] is offering but than build in our own company style (<[url removed, login to view]>).
I surely hope that there is someone out there who has ever build something like this.
Thank you in advance.
**Traffic analysis overview**
Sitemap to all key statistics and reports.
Traffic report: number of people visiting your site, divided over the hours of the day.
Traffic report: unique visitors on a daily basis.
Traffic report: unique visitors on a weekly basis.
Traffic report: unique visitors on a monthly basis; adjust calendar and set the number of months you wish to view.
This page shows you an estimate of the number of unique visitors who will visit your site by the end of the current day, week, and month. These forecasts are estimates based on historical data.
Traffic report: percentage of visitors that view X amount of pages. Designed to graph how far into your site visitors travel. Visitors who only view one page 'bounce' off of that page.
Traffic report: number of visits per unique visitor. See how many visitors look at 1 page, 2 pages, 10 pages, etc.
online & Recent visitors
A list of the most recent visitors to your site. Each visitor is tracked by a unique cookie, created at the millisecond when activity is first measured.
First time visitors
A list of recent visitors who came to your site for the first time. If they used a search term to find you, you will see both the search term, and the site which referred them to you in the visitor profile. Hover your mouse over any icon to see a visitor profile.
A first time visitor becomes a returning visitor with a subsequent visit after a 24 hour period. Visitors will be tracked as the same unique user provided their cookies are not deleted, in which case they will be tracked as a first-time visitor again.
A list of the most recent visitors to your site who are returning visitors.
A list of the most recent visitors who have been referred to your site through a third party. You can see which search engine referred each visitor. You can also access the "page before" in each clickstream, meaning that you can see the search results visitors pulled up at the referrer site.
Click to see the list of officially recognised search engines that we maintain. We invite your participation in updating this list. Please send us any submissions.
by Search term
A list of the most recent search terms used to find your site, and the search engines used. Visitors who are not listed here either typed in your URL, used a bookmark, or have been referred by a site not classified as a search engine.
A list of the most recent visitors who landed on your site. This is a list of all recent visitors landing on your site, whether they bookmarked, came from an email, typed in your url by hand, or arrived through a search engine, banner, etc.
A list of the most recent links where visitors landed when they left your site. Imagine a bridge from your site to another site. External links are all on the other side of the bridge.
traffic analysisvisitorstop navigation listslocation datatechnical data links
**Top navigation lists **
In this section you can see the Top navigation lists generated for your site. All lists are ranked in order of popularity.
most popular pages
Most frequently accessed pages on your site. See the number of unique visitors, & how many visits and pageviews your visitors have generated.
files & directories
Most accesed files on your domain.
Referrers through which visitors come to your site.
The most popular keywords visitors entered into a search engine to find your site. Identified through recognised search engines (see below).
Search engines through which visitors come to your site. We maintain a list of 'recognised search engines' on our forum. If you would like to add a domain for consideration, please click here.
External links (i.e. destinations) followed by visitors out of your domain. Imagine a bridge from your site to another site. These links are on your side of the bridge.
Pages from which visitors exit your site.
List of entry pages into your website (aka 'landing page').
Drill down through the various geographical locales from which you receive your traffic.
A note about the information provided here: This location data comes from geo-ip databases which are frequently updated. This is a rapidly evolving form of technology. Additionally ip ownership changes on a regular basis. These databases are more reliable for North American information than for European information. European database technology is experiencing a growth spurt. Therefore you will see more instances of UNKNOWN, 'Pending classification', etc, for European traffic.
countries / regions / cities
A list of countries, regions and cities which your visitors come from.
companies, universities, & organizations
A list of the companies and organizations where your visitors come from. This is a list of recognized organizations and educational networks that manage their own internet access. As far as possible, ISPs have been excluded. If you see an ISP included, write to us and we will remove it. Also keep in mind that companies/organizations are only regognized if a system administrator has entered the information by hand. This info is useful to determine where your visitors come from, particularly if you are interested in access patterns from a specific organization.
isps - internet service providers
A list of the ISPs used by the visitors of your site. Large organisations which service their own networks are also shown. Use this data to determine the popularity of ISPs and/or large organisations through which visitors access your site.
Which continents do your visitors come from? Continents are the largest landmasses on earth. There are 7: Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America.
Drill down to subcontinent level. Subcontinents are larger landmasses (i.e. India or Greenland) that are a distinct part of a continent but considered geographically or politically as independent entities.
**Technical data overview**
Operatings systems used by your visitors to your site.
Browsers used by your visitors to your site.
How many colors do the displays of your visitors support?
What display resolutions do your visitors use? Is your site optimised for best viewing?
What is the origin of connection used by your visitors?
What are the TLDs (Top Level Domains) your visitors come from?
The system has to be installed on Microsoft and/or Linux