Visitors by Number of Visits During Report Period Help
This section shows the distribution of visitors based on how many times each visitor visited your site.

Visitors by Number of Visits During Report Period
Number of Visits
Number of Visitors
% of Total Unique Visitors
 1 visit 4 100%
 2 visits 0 0%
 3 visits 0 0%
 4 visits 0 0%
 5 visits 0 0%
 6 visits 0 0%
 7 visits 0 0%
 8 visits 0 0%
 9 visits 0 0%
10 or more visits  0  0%

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 This section shows the distribution of visitors based on how many times each visitor visited your site. This covers visits made during the reporting period only; a visitor's visits before or after the reporting period do not contribute to the visitor's visit count.

 This statistic is an indication of whether or not your site compels return visits. Updating web site content is one way to improve this statistic.

 New vs. Returning Visitors Help
This section shows the number of first-time visitors to your site and the number of returning visitors to your site. Only visitors identified by cookies are counted. First-time visitors are those who didn't have a cookie on their 1st hit, but had one on later hits. Returning visitors are those who already had a cookie on their 1st hit (their previous visit happened before the start of this report period.)

New vs. Returning Visitors
New or Returning Visitor
Number of Visitor Sessions
% of Total Sessions
Unknown 4 100.00%

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 This section shows the number of first-time visitors to your site and the number of returning visitors to your site. Only visitors who can be identified with cookies are counted. First-time visitors are those who didn't have a cookie on their 1st hits, but had one on later hits. Returning visitors are those who already had a cookie on their 1st hit, and whose previous visit happened before the start of this report period. To get the most accurate information, make sure you set up the Cookies tab in the Options window to properly interpret the cookies you give to visitors.

 By considering the ratio between new and returning visitors over a period of time, you can determine if your site is adequately attracting repeat visits. If you consistently have a high number of returning visitors, congratulations; you're doing a good job! However, if you are accustomed to seeing a low number of returning visitors, it's time to figure out why.

 Top Visitors Help
This section identifies the IP address and/or domain name and their relative activity level on the site. If you do not use Website World cookies to track sessions on the site, Website World cannot differentiate between hits from different visitors of a same IP.

Top Visitors
 
Visitor
Hits
% of Total Hits
Visitor Sessions
1
216.39.48.25 2 40% 1
2
68.120.17.110 1 20% 1
3
166.156.29.28 1 20% 1
4
166.153.85.0 1 20% 1
Subtotal for Visitors Above 5 100% 4
Total 5 100% 4

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 This section identifies IP addresses and/or domain names of visitors and their relative activity level. If you use Website World cookies to track sessions on the site, Website World can differentiate hits from visitors with the same IP address.
Tip: Consider the Visitor Address Filter to include or exclude activity based on visitor IP or domain.

 Consider the visitors who use the site most, and tailor your site to their interests and needs. If this is an intranet, notice which employees use the site the most and find out what they like about it. You might also get feedback from those who use it the least and find out what they are looking for.

 Top Geographic Regions Help
This section identifies the top locations of the visitors to the site by geographic region. The geographic region of the visitor is determined by the suffix of their domain name. Use this information carefully because this information is based on where the domain name of the visitor is registered, and may not always be an accurate identifier of the actual geographic location of this visitor. For example, while a vast majority of .com domain names are from North America, there is a small minority of domain names that exist outside of North America.

Top Geographic Regions
 
Geographic Regions
Visitor Sessions
1
Region Un-Specified 4
Total 4

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 This section identifies the top locations of the visitors to the site by geographic region. The geographic region is determined by the suffix of their domain names. Use this information carefully because it is based on where the domain name of the visitor is registered, and may not always be an accurate identifier of the visitor's actual geographic location. For example, while a vast majority of .com domain names are from North America, there is a small minority that exist outside of North America.
If reverse DNS lookups have not been performed, WebTrends cannot determine the country of origin and this section is not included in the report. The table lists the top geographic regions in decreasing order of the number of hits.
Tip: Consider the Visitor Address Filter to include or exclude activity based on visitor country.

 This information can help you meet the needs of your target audience as well as discover new audiences. Consider how you can make the content comprehensive and relevant to an International audience.

 Most Active Organizations Help
This section identifies the companies or organizations that accessed the site the most often.

Most Active Organizations
 
Organizations
Hits
% of Total Hits
Visitor Sessions
1
http://216.39.48.25 2 40% 1
2
http://68.120.17.110 1 20% 1
3
http://166.156.29.28 1 20% 1
4
http://166.153.85.0 1 20% 1
Subtotal For Companies Above 5 100% 4
Total For the Log File 5 100% 4

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 This section identifies the companies or organizations that accessed the site the most often. If the DNS lookup option is set to "Always" or "Automatically," Website World searches for the domain name in the company database, and includes the company name and geographic information in the graph and table. If reverse DNS lookups are not performed, either by Website World or by the server, only IP addresses are listed. The table lists companies and organizations in decreasing order of the number of hits.

 Determine how your e-business can be improved according to how businesses are using your site. Consider how your product can be made more attractive to organizations that have shown interest.

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