How does WP statistics work?
WP-Statistics is an advanced tool, yet simple to use, to know your website statistics. It analyzes your website’s users by showing their browser, the search engine they use, and the most visited contents based on categories, tags, and authors.
How do you read stats on WordPress?
To view the stats for your individual posts, you’ll need to visit Posts » All Posts from your dashboard. Similarly, you’ll need to go to Pages » All Pages to view the stats for your individual pages. Now, you can see an Insights column added on your WordPress Posts/ Pages screen.
Does WordPress count your own views?
If your WordPress website is hosted on WordPress.com and it is a private blog, then yes, WordPress does count your own views in your WordPress stats. There are other Analytics platforms that can be synced to your WordPress website that will count your own page views in your stats as well.
What is the difference between views and visitors on WordPress?
A view is counted when a visitor loads or reloads a page. A visitor is counted when we see a user or browser for the first time in a given period (day, week, month). So if 1 person reads 3 posts on your site, that would be counted as 1 visitor and 3 views.
Does WordPress have built in analytics?
WordPress doesn’t come with built-in analytics, so you’ll need to install Google Analytics on your WordPress site. But that can be tricky, especially for beginners. An easier way of connecting Google Analytics with WordPress is through a plugin like MonsterInsights.
Does WordPress tell you who visited your blog?
Provided you are logged in when visiting, your own views are not recorded on any public blog you registered. Our stats are page view stats. Please do not assume that everyone who clicks a like button actually reads the post on your blog because odds are they may not.
Where are my stats WordPress?
Viewing Your WordPress Stats Dashboard
Now that you have set up Google Analytics using MonsterInsights, you can view your WordPress stats by visiting Insights » Reports page. On top of the stats dashboard, you will see a graph of your WordPress page views and visitor sessions for the last 30 days.
How do I track visitors to my WordPress site?
To start, go to the Insights » Reports page from your WordPress admin area. Here, the first report you will see will be the Overview report. You can select the date range and then see the total number of sessions and pageviews for your website along with the average session duration and bounce rate.
Can I see who visited my website?
Each time someone visits your website the Google Analytics Network report saves information about their network service provider in its data log. This information can then be used to show who has visited your website by identifying the visitor’s company name.
Can you see who reads your blog?
Click on Came From in the menu list on the left side, and you’ll see a list of your top referring links. This is how people are finding your blog — you can see who’s linking to and talking about your blog!