What is 123LogAnalyzer and what can I do with it?
123LogAnalyzer is a powerful online Windows tool that turns your web logs into a comprehensive and easy to read analysis of your customers and prospects. 123LogAnalyzer tells you how visitors browse your web site, which pages they view and which they ignore, how long they spend on your site, and where they come from.
123LogAnalyzer's web server activity report displays the number of visitors, the number of unique IP addresses, the amount of bandwidth used, and the number of hits the site received, broken down by time increment, day of the week, and hour of the day. To learn more about the information that visitors accessed, you can see which web pages were viewed, files were downloaded, directories were accessed, and images were looked at.
Referrer information includes the domains and URL's that the visitors came from. The search engine performance report displays
the search engines which referred visitors to the site, and the words and phrases that visitors searched for. 123LogAnalyzer provides
geographic information about your visitors, as well as what platforms and browsers people are using to visit your site. You can
even identify missing files, broken links, and other errors that visitors encountered.
With its advanced filter options, 123LogAnalyzer lets you examine only those visitors who went to specific pages,
or who downloaded particular files. You can also zero in on visitors who came from particular URL's, specific countries,
or who visited at certain hours of the day.
123LogAnalyzer's power lies in its ability to combine filters to extract specific information. For example,
not only can you see how many visitors visited the "BuyNow" page, but you can also see what other pages these people viewed,
what their browsing sequence was, how many files they downloaded, what domain they came from, and what search engine keywords
they used to get to your web site. Armed with this information, your can fine-tune your web site to be a more effective sales
123LogAnalyzer runs on your client Windows 95/98/NT4/2000 PC, and places no burden on your host's web server. Its intuitive interface requires absolutely no technical knowledge whatsoever. The program supports and auto-detects major web server log file formats on both Windows and UNIX platforms.
The program produces reports in real-time. On a 800Mhz PIII computer running Windows 2000, it can analyze 94,000 lines of log file data per second, or a little over 1GB of data per minute.
In the short term, 123LogAnalyzer pinpoints new opportunities to attract more visitors and customers by telling you which of your web pages are working and which aren't. In the long term, the program lets you understand shifts in visitors' browsing and buying behavior, and gives you all the information you need to give your web site a sales tune-up.
How easy is it to download and install?
Installing 123LogAnalyzer is very easy. First, visit our download page, click on a download link of 123LogAnalyzer, and the download should start automatically. Then, choose 'Run from current location" to let the installation wizard automatically start when the download completes. Finally, when the installation program launches, simply follow the on-screen instructions from there to install 123LogAnalyzer your computer.
What are log files? Where can I find them? How do I use them?
Log files are files that contain a record of website activity. Every time a person visits your website, a log file is updated with the visitor's information by the web server. These log files can be downloaded and used to generate useful statistics.
123LogAnalyzer can analyze these log files and tell you how visitors browse your web site, which pages they view and which they ignore, how long they spend on your site, and where they come from.
These log files are usually available from your Internet Service Provider (ISP). If your web site is hosted by an ISP, you should contact them for details of how to access your web log files.
If you host your web site by yourself. you can check your web server documentation for where log files are located.
If you need us to help you access your web log files, please feel free to email Support@123loganalyzer.com.
What are your definitions of hits, visitors, unique IPs, page views?
An access of a web page or a file will generate a "Hit" on the web server. For example, if a web page contains 10 pictures, a visit on that page will generate 11 "hits" on the web server, one hit for the web page, 10 hits for the pictures.
If a visitor viewed 5 web pages on the web site, each page contain 10 pictures, the web server will record:
- 55 Hits
- 5 Page Views
- 1 visit
If the visitor left the web site and came back 30 minutes later, 123LogAnalyzer will report 2 visits. If the visitor came back within 30 minutes, 123LogAnalyzer will still report 1 visit.
A unique user (with unique IP address) is determined by the IP address. By default, a visit session is terminated when a user falls inactive for more than 30 minutes. So a unique user (with unique IP address) may visit your web site twice and get reported as two visits.
What if I don't want to use my credit card over the Internet?
Feel free to phone or fax your credit card orders. Be sure to write, "I want 123LogAnalyzer" and the license type(individual, small corporate ...), and include your complete name, address, phone number, and E-mail address. Our phone number is (888)447-1175, Our fax number is (801) 497-9456. For full details, see Pricing and Licensing.
What happens after I send in the order?
You will receive an email confirming your order shortly after sending the online order form. Then, within 24 hours, you will receive a second email with a download link to the full version of 123LogAnalyzer. If you do not get your download link... or if you've lost it (Hey, it happens! :) ... please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, address, email address, and order confirmation number (if you have it). We will be happy to help you.