Analytics 10 Help, October 2013
These configurable reports appear in the People category of the Webtrends Analytics 10 Website Space.
If the Webtrends GeoTrends Database is enabled for this profile, this report lists the most active companies and other organizations visiting your website. Because the data for this report comes from GeoTrends using a DNS lookup, it can differ from the data presented in the Domain Names report, which is based solely on DNS lookup.
Shows the activity that originated within a given area code.
If the Webtrends GeoTrends Database is enabled for this profile, shows visits to your site segmented by the originating city of the visitor.
Identifies the top countries of the visitors to your site. Use this report to understand how broadly your site is used.
Shows the activity that originated within a designated marketing area.
Provides a view of the geographic distribution of visitors. Hot spots may represent a central location of a service provider if more specific geographic information about the visitor is unavailable.
Shows the GMT offset of the time zones where your website visitors are located.
Provides statistics about the top languages spoken by the visitors to your website. You can use this information to tailor your site content to visitor preferences.
Identifies the top geographic regions of the visitors to your site. Use this report to understand how broadly your site is used.
Provides key measures of your site's growth and performance over time. The trend intervals displayed depend on the selected report period.
Shows the activity for each day of the week within the reporting period. Unsuccessful hits are not included.
Shows activity for each hour of the day. It also shows the most and the least active hours of the day for the report period.
Helps evaluate the loyalty of repeat visitors as well as measure new visitor acquisition. Visitors who do not accept cookies are counted separately under Visitors Not Accepting Cookies to maintain the highest accuracy when counting new visitors.
Shows you how many times visitors viewed one page, how many viewed two pages, etc.
Shows the number and percentages of visits over selected visit lengths.
Shows the visit frequency of your top visitors, allowing you to evaluate overall site loyalty.