Welcome to Statsy, a powerful web analytics application designed to help you gain insights into your website's performance. Our core feature, Analytics, provides an extensive range of metrics that allow you to better understand your audience and optimize your site for improved user engagement. In this guide, we will introduce you to the key metrics that Analytics tracks, enabling you to make data-driven decisions for your website.
Visitors represent the unique individuals who access your website. This metric provides insight into the size of your audience and helps you identify trends in visitor growth or decline. By tracking the number of visitors over time, you can assess the effectiveness of your marketing efforts and identify opportunities for attracting new users.
Page views represent the number of times a specific page on your website has been viewed by visitors. This metric is crucial for understanding which pages of your site are most popular and which may need improvement. Analyzing page views can help you optimize your content strategy and determine the effectiveness of individual pages in attracting and engaging users.
Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors who leave your website after viewing only one page. A high bounce rate could indicate that your site's content is not engaging, relevant, or easily accessible. Monitoring bounce rate can help you identify areas of your website that need improvement to enhance user experience and encourage further exploration.
Time on page measures the average amount of time visitors spend on a particular page of your website. This metric provides insights into the level of engagement your content generates. Longer time on page typically indicates that visitors find the content valuable and are more likely to interact with your site. By analyzing time on page, you can identify which content resonates with your audience and make adjustments to optimize user engagement.
Top pages is a list of top 10 pages for selected date period grouped by pathname and ordered by unique visitors. If you click on the row, Statsy will filter data on all page.
For example, if you click on
/about pathname, Statsy will filter out data on the main chart, sources, devices, etc.
Default top sources show the list of sources grouped by source and ordered by unique visitors. You can change to group by any UTM key.
Source is processed using the following order priority:
- empty, treated as
Direct / nonesource.
Statsy shows a list of top 10 countries.
Statsy show a list of most used devices, we split it to:
In this section, you can switch to view Top Browsers and Top OS. All of the data is taken from the User-Agent.