Mobile web analytics by MobileTracker
MobileTracker features a full featured mobile EU GDPR compliant web analytics and individual website visitor tracking service. The service is designed for personal, business and government use. With help of Mobile Tracker, a website content publisher can convey a full statistical surveillance of a large number of websites under the same MobileTracker account in real-time.
Project summary page. The main page of the service is a project's summary page which displays essential real-time mobile statistics of all projects available on the same page. This page is automatically updated per the time interval set by the user.
The project report selection menu consists of Campaign Tracker, Link Tracker, Page Tracker, Daily Hits, Campaigns, Keywords, Came From, Page Loads, Visitor List and Visitor Map. The cumulative mobile web analytics such as Traffic, Pages, Visitors, Platforms and Geo, provide an in-depth information on website traffic from a real-time data pool.
Campaign Tracker. This Mobile Tracker report provides individual campaign tracking capability for providers such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads and others. Campaign Tracker can track not only PPC or PPM, but also affiliate referrals, link referrals and other vendor referral campaign tools.
The Mobile Tracker campaign report gives access to in-depth campaign traffic information such as real-time individual campaign referred visitor surveillance, campaign clicks, page views, suspected campaign fraud clicks, conversion clicks, earnings and advertising costs.
The dynamic chart reports show graphs and are divided on sub-reports for Conversions, Bounced Visits, General Click mobile statistics and Conversion Amounts. These graphs can be controlled to provide stats on a daily, monthly and yearly basis.
Link and Page Trackers. Both of these GDPR compliant tools allow to go beyond the typical analytics service by allowing a webmaster to interact with the visitors. A webmaster can redirect a range or specific visitors based on a visit IP or any visitor information. Read more about Website Visitor Interaction
Daily Hits. Daily Mobile Tracker statistics log provides a data that is stored and retained from the start date of the website project. It generates the charted and printed versions of the counts for Returning Visits, First Time Visits, Unique Visits and Page Views.
The data filter allows viewing stats individually for Page Loads and Visits, by Traffic Source, Social Engagement and National vs. International visit statistics.
The charts can be switched from Discrete to Proportional view for statistical evaluation.
Hourly Hits. Hourly visits and page loads mobile statistics log generates report that evaluates the visitor activity on an hourly basis. This is very useful if a webmaster runs campaigns that are scheduled within a specific timeframe during the day. Hourly mobile statistics can also be used to check on a website uptime, to ensure that a website hosting company provides an uninterrupted web hosting service.
Search Engine Keywords. This report reflects the keywords that were used by visitors while searching for a website on a search engine. This report provides limited keyword information due to most search engines blocking the keywords information for privacy reasons. Nevertheless, for all non-secure browsing sessions, this report will show the search engine keyword information
Came From. The "Came From" report provides detailed information on the origins of each website visitor. This includes identification of each visitor's IP address, referring URL, landing page and ability to trace each visitor's browsing activity.
Page Loads. This Mobile Tracker report lists all visitor page loads in chronological order. It provides each visitor's geographical location, device and operating system used, IP address, ISP and Organization information, host, referrer and search engine keywords, landing page, the exact time and date of the page load. It also reflects the status of each visitor and visitor's relation to EU GDPR affected territory.
At the same time, it provides capacity for a webmaster to tag a visitor for later identification on website logs. A webmaster can also add notes to each page load entry. This log excludes any traffic redirected by a visitor IP blocker.
Visitor List. A website visitor list report generates a list containing summary information of all visitors in chronological order. It shows which website visitors are currently online, how many visits, page views and recent time was attended by each person.
The visitor list also delivers information on whether a visit was generated by a website spider (bot) or a real website visitor, the visitor origins and referrer information, last geo location and tagging information that can contain a physical street address as entered into the IP tracking address book (A function of the Mobile Tracker).
The advanced filter menu allows to filter the visitors that changed their IP address, returning, referred by a search engine or external referrer, those that came from organizations or those that are currently online browsing the website.
Visitor Map. The map displays all web visitors that are currently stored in the real-time visitor activity log. Each web visitor icon can be clicked to access further information about each visitor. A map type and zoom can be individually controlled for a required map view.A satellite view can provide a photographic view of the visitor's location. Note that each visitor's location is approximate as the location provided by the ISP registration data. To obtain an exact visitor location, a police warrant is required by law.
Visitor Details. Each visitor has a dedicated page where the detailed information about the web visitor's browsing history is provided. This report can be accessed by clicking on the "TRACE" button on any statistical log which identifies visitors.
On this page all available visitor data is divided into information blocks.
- Visitor Status displays information on the frequency, duration of the visits and GDPR status
- System Displays information on the device used to access the web page such as operating system, browser, browser language, screen resolution, cookie support, device user agent
- Geo Location provides data on the location including longitude and latitude.
- ISP and Organization tab displays the name of the Internet Service Provider/Organization and the IPs utilized.
Additional Mobile Tracker web analytics reports. In addition to individual website visitor tracking, MobileTracker provides web analytics cumulative reports that allow webmaster to evaluate the aggregative information.
Traffic Sources. This stats menu provides the reports on the website traffic sources such as
- External traffic sources
- Search engine referred
- Direct URL entry
- Search engine keywords
- Campaign traffic sources by name, keywords and queries.
Pages. Analytics on the pages consists of the following
- Popularity by Page URL
- Hourly Load Averages
- Entry Pages, Exit Pages
- Internal Referrers
- SSL Pages
- Duplicate Titles
- Pages loaded outside of Project's Domain name.
Visitors. This cumulative report menu has the following options (Subject to EU GDPR configuration restrictions)
- Most Active Computer IDs
- Most Frequent IPs
- Most Frequent Computer IDs
- Visits Depth
- Visits Durations
- Visits Recurrence
- Visitor Bounce
Platforms. This cumulative report menu provides the info on the frequency of the following
- Web Browsers
- Screen Resolutions
- Flash Versions
- Cookie Support
- User Agent Strings
GEO data. Most frequent geographical markers are divided into separate reports as follows
- States and Regions
- Time Zones
- Browser Languages
* Note: Depending on your configuration of EU GDPR tools, some GEO data may be limited or restricted.
More data, more reports. All data by Mobile Tracker is processed in real-time without a single second of a delay. Simply install a website analytics MobileTracker tracker code to start collecting your mobile statistics information immediately.