This question is catapulted from a comment DLH made about optimizing file sizes.
This comment made me think about website analytics. I can understand how a slow loading page will dissuade potential viewers. What I am interested in now is what makes a customer pick a certain page to navigate to and what makes them decide to leave the website.
My current site is hosted through Network Solutions. Included in that package is some analytics that show how much traffic there is, how long people stay on the site, how many pages they view etc.
How is this information accessed in RapidWeaver? Is this something the web host provides or is it available intrinsically from within RW? Is what google analytics does?
I am interested if learning which of my pages generates the most amount of interest. I guess there would be a correlation between the name of the page (click bait) and the number of times it was opened. There would also be a correlation between how long the page was viewed and what kind of content was on the page.
Where would I go to get this kind of information?