This report shows the activity of search engine robots (also known as spiders or crawlers) that
traversed your site. While on your site, a robot looks for META keywords embedded within your HTML files. This is how your site will be found when Internet users query search engines for particular keywords. Check the Search Engines report to see if your keywords are as effective as you expect. If not, you may need to alter them. This report should be reviewed if any changes to keywords occur, to make sure search engine robots have returned to update your site details.
Vertical axis: Robot.
Name of the robot being analyzed.
Horizontal axis: Hits (default sorting).
Hits to site by the corresponding robot. 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 or errors.
Red lines (if present): HTTP errors (Page not found, server error, etc)
Robot: Name of the robot being analyzed.
Hits (%): Number of hits to the site by the corresponding robot. (Percentage as a proportion of hits to the site by all robots.)
Bytes (%): Raw bytes transferred by the corresponding robot. (Percentage as a proportion of bytes transferred through hits to the site by all robots.)
Errors: Number of server errors generated as a result of hits to the site by the corresponding robot.