How to Measure Traffic on GoDaddy

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There are different reasons why may want to measure traffic on your website. It can be exciting to watch traffic increase on your site. You may need to know numbers of visitors if you want to sell ad space on your page. If you use GoDaddy as a hosting service, there are ways to track and monitor traffic on your page. GoDaddy offers a free service as part of their hosting plan. They also have premium services for a fee.

  • Open your Web browser. Type your website's address followed by forward slash and the word "stats." For instance, www.example.com/stats. Just replace the word "example" with your domain name.

  • Enter your password. The password will be the same GoDaddy password that you use for your hosting account.

  • Review your statistics. GoDaddy provides all hosting customers with raw data. You may need to purchase a site analytic plan through GoDaddy in order to understand the data or to organize it better.

  • Log in to your account manager at GoDaddy to view traffic results in a different platform. Click "Launch" next to the account you want to use if you have more than one.

  • Go to the "Statistics" menu and choose "Traffic Logs." You will be able to view your hosting account's traffic logs, including all requests for your website.

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