Visitor tracking/stats vs. Viewers
I do understand the difference between Visitor vs. Viewer. However, Stats indicate the pages Viewers looked at/clicked on and what country they are from, etc.,but the Visitors are not tracked. Why? (in regards to Daily tracking)
The blog I need help with is bylrose.wordpress.com.
Be aware that our stats are not real time stats. For details see here http://en.support.wordpress.com/stats/ Note the views and viewers take hours to update.
Yes, I’ve read the info page a couple of times and am aware the updates are not “real time.” Let me try to clarify my question: When I look at the Stats page, the only place a Visitor is given a statistical value is in the number graph at the very top. In the breakdowns below, it appears that only Views are evaluated…yes? So, if I received 10 Visitors in a day, am I also being told what posts/pages/etc they saw/accessed (directly, I realize) on that same day?
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I want to clarify that what the stats are tracking are visitors and views, rather than visitors and viewers. In other words, visitors counts the number of people who visit your blog, and views counts the number of times various posts/pages are viewed by those visitors.
The stats graph at the top of the page will show how many visitors and views your blog received. The stats you see underneath show more information about the views themselves. In other words, you’re seeing information about the posts and pages your visitors viewed.
I hope that makes sense! Please let me know if you have any questions about it. :)
So, if I received 10 Visitors in a day, am I also being told what posts/pages/etc they saw/accessed (directly, I realize) on that same day?
yes, what your visitors look at are shown in the Page Views
So if for that same day you had 15 page views, that is an average of 1.5 Page Views per Visitor.
Thanks for clarifications! I was thinking of “views” as people, not actions. And the # of view average makes more sense now.
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