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Is there any possibility of seeing all entries Stats?

Travel Forums System Talk Is there any possibility of seeing all entries Stats?

1. Posted by shiriandre (Budding Member 6 posts) 7y

Hi
Currently I see only the possibility of seeing the stats of the last 5 entries and the 5 most seen, but no possibility of seeing all entries. Is this available? If not, can it be?

thanks

2. Posted by Peter (Admin 5812 posts) 7y

Hi shiriandre, I guess you are referring to stats for your blog? If so, the answer to get more advanced stats is to sign up for Google Analytics and set it up on your blog. Don't worry, it's fairly simple and it will provide you with *much* more interesting stats and far more accurate ones than our crude calculations. There is an indepth tutorial on how to do it here: http://blog.travellerspoint.com/151/

It will take a day or so to start reporting stats, but after that you will benefit from much better information.

If you have any trouble, let us know and we'll do our best to help you get set up.

Peter

3. Posted by shiriandre (Budding Member 6 posts) 7y

Hi Peter,
We do have google statistics, but I was wondering if there's any way to see the stats for all entries in TP. The google analitycs is not easy for this information, since it counts the pages for the the current and previous 3 post, what i can't connect to the actual post.
I just thought that if TP has ability to show the 5 posts which were more accessed, the information is there to show all of them...

thanks for your help (and quick answer)
Andre

4. Posted by Peter (Admin 5812 posts) 7y

Hi Andre,

Yes, we do have more information on the basic pageviews and visits. But really, Google Analytics is a far better option if you have already set it up. To see which pages have had the most visits, click on Content on the left when you're logged in, then click on "Content by Title" - see screengrab here pointing it out

That should make it much easier to identify which posts are getting the traffic. Hopefully it helps!

Peter

5. Posted by shiriandre (Budding Member 6 posts) 7y

Hi Peter,
thanks for the help, but I guess it doesn't help too much, since half of the visits are on the "home" page, so I cannot have a clear picture of which posts were the most accessed.

thanks anyway

6. Posted by Peter (Admin 5812 posts) 7y

Quoting shiriandre

Hi Peter,
thanks for the help, but I guess it doesn't help too much, since half of the visits are on the "home" page, so I cannot have a clear picture of which posts were the most accessed.

thanks anyway

I'm not sure what you mean. Because they're not counting entries that were shown on the front page? That could be calculated by generating stats for the period from when the entry appeared on the front page till when it disappeared. But really, the amount of times the actual entry was viewed on its own is probably a greater measure of its success anyway.

The main point is that the stats inside Analytics are considerably better than what we could ever provide, even if we extended the number of entries shown. You can generate far more accurate reports through them than you ever could through us. For instance, a view like this one showing all the most popular entries on our Travel Unravelled Blog would just be impossible for us to generate without significant work: http://skitch.com/daamsie/b989g/content-by-title-google-analytics

7. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 6y

Seeing as this was raised by another blogger today, I've gone ahead and added all page view counts to the blog entries list. As Peter mentioned, Google Analytics will be way more accurate, but I can see how this is a nice way of getting a quick overview all in one place. Hope you like it