on 02-27-201707:04 AM - last edited
3 weeks ago
Our website is for a non-profit that offers free ebooks to our community. Therefore one of our performance indicators associated with the website is how many times the ebook files have been downloaded.
Therefore, the idea I want to propose to Weebly is to develop more on the website statistics so that we could get more information. Previously, our website was managed in Cpanel, and the statistics were much more useful than here (latest visits, geographical location of visitors, how many times each page was visited, how many times a file posted on the website was downloaded etc). I'd love to see these things considered by Weebly in a future update.
on 03-08-201708:31 AM - last edited on 03-08-201711:46 AM by Adam
It's looks as though all my visits to my website are counted within the stats, can weebly work around this, find a way to discount your own visits? The stats, even 'unique' visitor ones are of no value as they stand, so why have them.
The figures only really give me an indication that there's activity, I cant do anything with the information.
on 03-02-201712:48 PM - last edited on 03-02-201701:54 PM by Adam
Something that has bugged me for a few days now is that the Statistics we get as website owners don't really allow us to download and use our stats as an alternative to Google Analytics. So we can present our stats to interested parties, one thing I know most of you could agree that if we're forking out all this money to get onto Starter or Pro packages or even Business we'd very much like the ability to download our website stats.
Something that really has been overlooked I would think that Weebly already had this function because all I get off 3rd party stat monitors is that my site gets 0 hits per day, whereas the stats I get from my site off the Weebly platform just don't match.
So I'd like it to be added to priority list for Q2 -Q3 release this year that the Devs behind Weebly can address a way for us as site owners to download our website stats without having to use 3rd party apps, honestly as a starter subscriber I'd like to have this feature and would imagine that all of you reading this would agree that having this would actually attract you to subscribe to a starter account.
I've personally used the Weebly platform for a number of years already and have my Media house for video Gaming and Tech nestled in nicely would hate to move back to UAfrica after working on my site for a good 8 years.
Need an option to view my webpage so I can check how it looks and test links WITHOUT it adding to the stats results. Every time I look at my own page it adds it to the Stats as if someone actually viewed my page, but it is just me.
on 04-01-201701:56 PM - last edited on 04-02-201708:24 AM by Adam
I would appreciate the ability to capture the IP address even when an email originates via a web form. I realize this need doesnt arrise every day but when it does, it can be devastating if the source cannot be traced.
on 01-24-201704:59 PM - last edited on 01-25-201708:37 AM by Adam
Within site editior there are two main fields, Unique visitors and Pages Viewed. While that is helpful information additional metrics would be better. How long someone is on a page, what links were clicked, what widgets were used, what files were downloaded, etc. I have many links interconneting my pages but no feedback as to what people use. I understand that some of this may be available through Google Analyitcs but I really like the one stop shop Weebly has developed with the site and Promote. I have the same comment to the Promote pages, My newsletters have many links but I receive no feedback as to what is clicked. Mail Chip, my previous provider had much more data available for my review with each newsletter email sent.
on 12-29-201610:03 AM - last edited on 12-29-201611:16 AM by Adam
I love Weebly - a lot.
One thing though - on your opening page, I can see the stats for my site. Your stats are WAY BETTER than Google Analytics, as they are simple and easy to understand, and give me all the info I really want. BUT - - - ON MOBILE: When I go to the next page, I can zoom out to one month and see the TOTAL number of UNIQUE VIEWERS. Right now that number is 204 (New site)
ON DESKTOP (Where I do all my development) : When I go to the second page of stats, I get a very nice looking chart (which I don't understand - but I'm a bimbo, that's why I love Weebly) but I have NO WAY of seeing my TOTAL UNIQUE VIEWERS. Just the nifty chart.
Clearly this is not a super programming issue. So could you duplicate the STAT programming that you've done on the MOBILE STATS onto the far more useful DESKTOP STATS - and show me in one discrete number just how many total unique viewers I have had visit?
on 12-24-201605:59 PM - last edited on 12-26-201609:04 AM by Adam
I need this badly, especially for my website! BlockScript is a feature I ran into that blocks not just personal IP adresses, but it also blocks proxies from visiting and many more! Please please pleeeeeeease make this possible! https://www.blocked.com/
on 12-22-201608:33 AM - last edited on 12-22-201612:23 PM by Adam
Right now, we have only 2 metrics: pages viewed and unique users. Thats great, but Id like to know the pages getting viewed. Even if it was just the majority at end of week ...like this: 80% of people coming to the site went to this page. 70% that left the site were on page B.
BENEFIT TO WEB CREATORS: If everyone comes to ONE page, yet many are leaving after X page, dont u want to know the difference of what page is attracting your visitors and which one might be turning them off?
on 12-14-201601:29 PM - last edited on 12-14-201602:19 PM by Adam
Every time I loggin in I hold my hand in front of the screen to block the stats. I cannot win; if the numbers are too low I risk becoming demoralized and too much of this I may just delete my sight. If the numbers are high then I'm afraid that there is no where to go but down.
Perhaps it is weird, but weird is a subjective concept not an objective truth.
I'd like the option to not see my stats when logging in.