Your website report measures your website performance and includes metrics like views, clicks, signups, and revenue. Use data from your website report to monitor traffic and learn how people interact with your site.
In this article, you'll learn about the data included in your website report.
View a report
After you publish your website, we'll start gathering data as people visit and interact with your website.
When you open your report, you'll see your website URL and initial publish date, along with your reporting data.
Here's an overview of what you'll find in your website report.
The web address of your website. You can change it to use your own domain. To learn how to verify a subdomain, read Connect a Domain or Subdomain.
The date and time the website became visible online.
Total number of times people viewed your website. This includes multiple visits from the same people.
The number of people who viewed your website for the first time.
Total number of times links were clicked on your website. The total includes clicks on links, buttons, and attempted signups. This includes multiple clicks from one person.
Shows a visual representation of total visits and total clicks. This graph appears when we have enough data to generate it, and your website has been published for more than 48 hours.
Number of times the submit button was clicked on your website's signup forms. This metric is available for any website that uses the Signup Form content block.
Percentage of people who viewed your website and subscribed.