Tracking statistics and traffic history

Last updated: August 11, 2023 Written by: Author Patrycja Szurgacz
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      In Landingi, you have access to basic statistics of your landing page and account traffic.

      You can track the number of visits, leads, conversion rate, and sales closed via payment gateways (read more here: Stripe, PayPal, and PayU). You can also track leads and unique visits on a chart.

      Stat system in Landingi is based on the ls_sid cookie – it is responsible for every unique visit and is valid for 30 minutes. For tracking visits on landing pages, we use first-party cookies, which means that cookies are set by the exact site you visit.

      What are the advantages of first-party cookies?

      • First-party cookies are only saved by the website you visit – no other site can access them, which makes your data more secured.
      • Browsers do not block first-party cookies (unlike third-party cookies).
      • First-party cookies have fewer privacy restrictions – they do not require user consent.
      • Some countries and local laws do not allow the use of third-party cookies at all without the explicit consent of the visitor.

      Track unique visits with Traffic History

      You can track unique visits for all of your landing pages (per account).

      1. Click on your profile name at the top bar and then go to the Traffic History tab.

      You'll see the number of unique visits for each month.

      Track statistics for each landing page

      Go to the Landing Pages tab and navigate to the Dashboard of your landing page.

      You'll see the statistic panel with visits, leads, conversion rate, and sales. The chart tracks the number of leads and visits for the last 30 days by default. You can adjust the time range by yourself.

      By default, the conversion of every landing page is based on form submission. If your landing page doesn't contain a form, you can track clicks as conversion.

      We recommend using an additional stat system like Google Analytics if you need advanced stats.

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