Knowledge Base

How To View Your Site Statistics in Website Builder

You can view your site statistics in the Website Builder console any time by following the steps below:

  1. Click Sign Up / Log In at the top of this page.
  2. Select Website Builder from the drop-down menu.
  3. Enter your username and password and click Log In.
  4. On the left menu click Statistics.

This will open the Statistics Dashboard, which provides valuable traffic information:

Visits The number of times the site was accessed.
Page Views The number of times any page was viewed. If the user returns to a page multiple times in a single session, each visit will count as a Page View.
Unique Page Views The number of pages viewed in a single session. Even if the user returned to a page multiple times in a single session, only one visit will be added to the count.
Page Views per Visit The average number of pages viewed by visitors in a single session.

Use the filter at the top of the screen to set the time span of the traffic data displayed in the Dashboard.

There are four tabs in the Statistics Dashboard:

  1. Overview
  2. Content Data
  3. Traffic Sources
  4. Geo Location


The Overview tab contains overall traffic information - Visits (Yellow), Page Views (Blue), Unique Page Views (Red), and Page Views per Visit (Green), as well as a graphic display of the information.

Hovering over points in the graph will open a pop-up, indicating the exact value at that point.

Content Data

The Content Data tab contains traffic data per site Page. The Page list can be filtered according to the Page Title or path.

Traffic Sources

The Traffic Sources tab contains information on how visitors are reaching your site:

Source The list of addresses, either search engines or websites, from-which visitors are reaching the website.
Traffic by Medium The channel through-which traffic originates: un-paid search, paid search, referral and so on. Direct visits are counted in this section as "none".
Traffic by Keyword Search-engine keywords which lead visitors to the website.

Geo Location

The Geo Location tab contains traffic data by geographic location, country or city.

For additional traffic data, you can link your personal Google Analytics account to your site. The guide below will show you how.

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