Following our last release Adding detailed information from each and every visitor you are receiving, we started collecting OS and Browser information for ALL campaigns.
At this time the feature is undergoing testing and we are hoping to release it next week.
Coming soon, you will be able to see even more details on every visitor sent to your site. Under your Live Stats, in the "Analytics" tab, each visitor delivered in the last 30 days will show the Operating System (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.), and the Browser (Firefox, Chrome, IE, Safari, etc.).
As we just started collecting this data for each visitor sent, once the new feature is released you will be able to see the detailed information for the traffic delivered since Today.
Lack of sales is one of the top frustrations for online merchants. Peruse the user forums of any ecommerce platform and you will find query after query regarding poorly performing websites. Choosing a product line and creating an online business website is the easy part; attracting customers and getting them to buy is the real challenge for ecommerce merchants.
It doesn't have to be this frustrating. You don't have to accept that poor conversion rates are just a natural part of being an online merchant. You can take charge of the future of your business and build a profitable company. The same factors affect customer conversions regardless of business niche. Understanding which website components are causing your conversions to be lackluster allows you to fix persistent problems and boost revenues. If you are tired of abandoned shopping carts and high bounce rates, following are the top ten reasons your ecommerce site isn't converting:
We are always trying to improve for our customers, that's why just released "Extra Detailed Information" to each visitor that has been send to your Website. Now you are able to see The connection type, the provider and the corresponding weather station (with an additional link to check the weather).
As FullTraffic has evolved, we are now able to display any information about each and every IPv4 and IPv6 (which we started supporting a week ago). We decided to start with those details...
What else would you like to know about your visitors? Browser? UA? Device? Calling Code?
Let us know in the comments!
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Realizing that people don't want to be bombarded with things like results for...
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