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As part of a MyRouteYou Premium account or MyRouteYou Pro account, you get to see a whole lot of statistics linked to your account and the content of your account (see figure below).
Where do you find your statistics?
- Log in
- Select the sub tab "My Statistics". In case you don't have a Premium or Pro account, you willl not be able to see these statistics.
How to select specific statistics
Select the "gear" at the top right to select
- start & end period
- sampling period (day, month, week, year)
- the type of statistic
The meaning of the statistics
- Total number of page views: sum of all the views of your pages part of your account (your home page, your routes, your groups, your POIs,...) on RouteYou. This does not include the route views on your own website or other websites where the route is presented.
- Number of profile page views: views of your home page. Look at this example of a home page of a MyRouteYou account.
- Number of route page views: sum of views only on your routes.
- Number of POI page views: sum of views only on your POIs (location pages where your POI is at the top)
- Number of route downloads: sum of clicks of your routes on any of the download options (gpx, kmz, print,...). The ratio route downloads/route page views gives a good indication of the intensity of use of your routes. If it is above 10%, this is very good.
- Number of header click-throughs: sum of clicks on your logo or any other link in the header of your account.
- Most viewed route of all time: the most viewed routes (on the RouteYou website)
- Most downloaded routes of all time: the most downloaded routes (via the RouteYou website)
- Number of page views for a specific route: the number of page views from a route (on the RouteYou website)
- Number of downloads for a specific route: the number of downloads from a route (via the RouteYou website)
You can export your statistics as a CSV file.
Some interesting suggestions
Variance in time
Have a look at the variance per day. This example above shows you a great variance in views per day.
- Sundays are doing very well
- The days after Xmas were doing very well. Xmas itself not.
Understanding the variances per day and your peak views might help you in your maketing strategy.
The ratio route downloads/route page views gives a good indication of the intensity of use of your routes. If it is above 10%, this is very good.
Frequently asked questions
The statistics don't go back since I have my account?
Not all the statisics were implemented since the beginning. So that's why you might have no stats before a certain time.
How can I improve my exposure?