This report identifies the key domain names visiting your site, based on their
second-level domain suffixes (such as aol.com, uu.net, etc).
Knowing where large groups of visitors originate may help to tailor your site content and/or structure to better serve these majorities. If visitors from particular domains are of interest to your organization, yet only represent a small amount of overall traffic, it may highlight a need to more effectively advertize and promote your site to these domains.
Note: All machines on the Internet have a unique IP address (22.214.171.124) associated with them. Several machines also have named addresses (www.quest.com) against their IP addresses for ease of use. Many machines do NOT have a name associated with them, and these display as [UNRESOLVED IP] in this report.
If the only entry in this report is [UNRESOLVED IP], then you need to switch on DNS Lookups, in Settings > Analysis > Network > DNS.
Horizontal axis: Hits (default sorting).
Changing the sorting options in Settings > Statistics will alter the horizontal axis to the new sort method. This report can be sorted/graphed by hits, bytes, sessions, visitors, pages and errors.
Red lines (if present): HTTP errors (Page not found, server error, etc)
Domain: Suffix of the domain that generated traffic on your site.
Hits (%): Number of hits by all visitors from the corresponding domain. (Percentage of hits from each domain as a proportion of the total hits.)
Bytes (%): Raw bytes transferred to visitors from each domain. (Percentage of bytes transferred to each domain as a proportion of the total number of bytes transferred.)
Sessions: Number of sessions on your web site by visitors from the corresponding domain.
Visitors: Unique visitors to your web site from the coresponding domain. If a visitor returns to your site more than once during the reporting period, it is not counted in this figure.
Pages: Pages viewed by visitors from the corresponding domain.
Total Time: Total time spent online by all visitors from the corresponding domain.
Errors: Errors generated by visitors from the corresponding domain.