Articles report

rating of articles with the most viewed on top and number , with number of views shown on the left side

Author's report

the name of an editor or a journalist who created an article


number of pages users go through on average. This number indicates how interesting the website content to users is, making them stay and click through links

Direct traffic

readers who use browser address line or favorites to access the website and all other unaccounted arrival types (e.g. e-mail software, some messengers)

Finished reading/Readability

percentage of visitors who scrolled the text to the end

Other pages

all the pages of the website, except the Main page


total number of website pages viewed during the selected time period

Published articles

the number of articles published during the selected time period


the percentage of users who read one article and then proceeded to another website page, meaning not leaving the site


visits via links placed on other websites

Search engines

Google, Bing, Yandex, Yahoo, and others


thematic sections on the website

Social actions

the total number of shares in social networks (ex. likes, comments and shares on Facebook)

Social networks

VK, Facebook, Twitter,

Source groups

sources from which users visit website pages. It is not similar to Traffic sources, let’s take an example. You visit a website from Google. You go to one article, then to another article, then to main page and then to another article. In this case all your 4 pageviews will be counted to google traffic in Traffic sources. But in the Source groups your first pageview will be counted as from Google, second will be counted to Other pages, the third also to Other pages, and the last one will go to Main page, because you went to the article from the Main page


average time users spend on 1 article

Unique visitors

number of unique visitors during the selected time period

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