This report displays the pages visitors used most frequently to enter your website.
Site administrators and users can use this report to identify which pages can be
optimized to provide the best visitor experience or to draw traffic to other areas
of the site. In addition, if landing pages were created for marketing efforts, this
report can give an indication of how well (or not so well) those marketing efforts are attracting visitors.
Each row returned in this report can be further analyzed by SmarterStats. By moving
your mouse over a row, a down arrow appears at the end of the row containing the
Page name. The options available when clicking on this arrow include: Data Mining,
Open URL, Set Page Alias and View Details.
- Data Mining - Data mining allows site administrators and users
to drill down into more detail about the item in the particular row. For example,
viewing the referring URLs, bandwidth used, query strings and more. For more information, see the Data Mining overview.
- Open URL - Opens the item in a new window.
- Set Page Alias - Allows users to set a friendly name for sometimes
complex Page URLs. For example, if a Page shows up as "/smartertools/products/smarterstats/pricing.aspx",
users can instead attach the alias of "SmarterStats Pricing". That way, any report
items that reference that page URL will display "SmarterStats Pricing" instead of
the URL itself. This feature is especially useful when using query variables, which
can have cryptic or numerical variables such as ProductID=37. For more information, see the Page Alias overview.
- View Details - Displays a number of details about the specific
item. For example, Traffic details, Performance results, any result codes returned
(e.g., 404 errors) or any Site Tuning issues that are found.
Note: This report can be added as a report item to a custom report. For more information
on report items, refer to Understanding Report Items.
For a definition of the terms listed on this page, please refer to the Glossary.
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