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adriantc

Hello!I have a small problem with my cPanel and maybe someone could give me an idea. I've recently changed my subdomain and now when I try to view statistics using Awstats I get the following error message: "There are no domains which have awstats stats to display."What could it be?Thanks!


adriantc

Back with news. Seems the problem has been fixed by itself... Maybe the fact that the subdomain was changed recently had to do with it... Oh well, just the same. Happy to have my stats back!


rpgsearcherz

I find the stats in CPanel to be way off. Even on a site with 0 real visitors (according to Google Analytics) I still see thousands of hits a day through CPanel (NOT including the ones from search engines/bots).I'd suggest using something more accurate like Google Analytics.


Harlot

I find the stats in CPanel to be way off. Even on a site with 0 real visitors (according to Google Analytics) I still see thousands of hits a day through CPanel (NOT including the ones from search engines/bots).
I'd suggest using something more accurate like Google Analytics.


I agree that Awstats is usually off, I am not sure about Google Analytics. I used Google Analytics and Awstats and the results were completely different. Some days it would be the same, but most of the time Google Analytics showed a lot more or a lot less traffic. I don't really believe that any of those programs used to monitor traffic are 100% accurate. I guess you have to just make room for error.


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