Our dashboard has been updated to include various features and options, including the possibility of viewing detailed stats on the functionning our Cookie Solution.
You can access the above in your dashboard by clicking on the Cookie Solution Analytics tab.
Available features depend on the plan you have chosen: starting from 300k pageviews/mo you can see both account overall stats and single website stats. Basic plans only include overall account stats.
Let’s take a detailed look at how these features work. By clicking on “Account stats” you will be able to view various graphs.
Total account pageviews
The first chart is a summary of monthly usage as per your Cookie Solution plan limits, followed by the total number of pageviews for the entire account, which is useful for a quick overview over time.
The second graph is useful for comparing the pageviews generated by each single website within your account. It can help you understand at a glance which website is impacting more on overall traffic.
Analytics by site
The “Analytics by site” tab allows you to focus on a single website: near the top of the tab you can find a pulldown menu for selecting it.
As you move down the page you will see two graphs: the first one shows the number of pageviews served for this website during last month, while the other one represents the percentage of consents collected with respect to the overall number of visits.
The following graph shows a summary of all the pageviews served on this website in the last months, divided into categories: consent found, consent not found and new consents collected.
Further on we find the “Consent rate” graph, available both in percentage (1st screenshot) and pageviews (2nd screenshot).
Finally, the last graph shows a detailed analysis of collected consents. Here you can at a glance understand the manner in which the consent was obtained:
- Scroll – the simplest way;
- Banner closure – by clicking on the [x] at the top right;
- Click – by this we mean clicking on a link or a button inside the page, this can also be understood as a continuation of browsing;