VisitorVille doesn't just depict your website as a living, breathing city. It also stores information on visitation patterns via our hosted service, and easily reads your web server logs, to create innovative, useful reports on visitors, pages, referrers, navigation, and sales conversions.
With VisitorVille's Report Manager, you can even download database-ready visit-level data for offline analysis and reports.
For each of the web sites you monitor with VisitorVille, our accurate visitor reports give you the answers to the following questions, and more, both numerically and graphically:
- What is the personality of my visitors? What's the distribution of business people, versus academic, government, military, and non-profit?
- What is the nationality of my visitors? What percentage of my visitors are from North America, Europe, etc.?
- What is the average length of time that my visitors stay on each of my pages? Which are the stickiest pages? Which pages repels them like pepper spray?
- What are my most popular pages? Which pages are not getting as many visitors as they should?
- How many visitors do I have for each of the past 24 hours? For each of the past 30 days?
- What are my ratios of new visitors to repeat visitors? Visitors to paying customers? Repeat visitors to paying customers?
- What browsers are my visitors using, and is my web site designed to be legible to all of them?
- What operating systems do my visitors have? Should you make a Mac version of my product since 18% of your visitors are Mac users?
- What screen resolutions do my visitors have? Is your website designed for 1024x768 resolutions, but 30% of your visitors have only 800x600?
- What percentage of my visitors have Flash installed on their computer? How many of these have Flash 7? Should you make Flash such a large part of your web site considering that 1/3 of your visitors don't have Flash installed?
For each of the web sites you monitor with VisitorVille, our accurate site reports give you the answers to the following questions, and more, both numerically and graphically:
- What are my "exit pages"? What percentage of visitors to a given page are exiting my site at that page? How many visitors have visited the page, and how many have exited here?
- How many visitors has each search engine brought me, now and for any given time period?
- What is the average visit length on my web site for each visitor, based on the search engine that brought them?
- How long does the average visitor stay on any of my specific pages, based on the search engine that brought them?
- How many visitors have each of my pages received, and how long are visitors staying on each of these pages?
- How many people visited my site this morning -- and I want to "play back" that traffic with a single mouse click
- What personality of visitor (business, academic, etc) is visiting each of my pages?
- How popular are each of my pages with visitors of different nationalities?
- What companies are visiting my site? What pages did their employees see while visiting? (You can even pull up full visit transcripts that are company-specific).
Search Engine (Referrer) Reports
Optimize your web sites for search engine and other referrals with our powerful referrer reports:
- How many visitors have each of the search engines delivered to my web sites?
- What is the personality of visitors coming from each of the search engines? (business, academic, etc)
- What is the breakdown of nationalities for visitors coming from each of the search engines?
- How many sales were made by visitors from each of the search engines? What is the conversion percentage?
- How many file downloads were made by visitors from Google? AOL? Which search engine is bringing me the most downloaders?
- Which search engines are bringing my site the most mailing list subscribers? Newsletter subscribers?
- What are the most popular search terms used to find my site? What are the least popular search terms?
- How popular is any given search term across specific search engines? (Why is Google delivering more visitors looking for "Widgets" than Yahoo?)
- Which search engine brings me the longest-staying visitors? Which search engine brings me visitors with the shortest attention spans? And why am I paying more for the dummies than for the good ones?