Answer: the limit in functionality when using HTML visitor tracking.
- Referrer tracking: find out which domain addresses referred to your content
- Track the keywords that visitors enter into search engines to locate your website, as well as the names and URLs of those engines, their user demographics, and whether or not your website ranks highly and is displayed on the first page of search engine results.
- View your users’ browsing patterns to learn how they move between pages and how much time they spend clicking from one URL to another on your website.
- See the websites that link to you the most frequently and how many visitors are referred over the course of a certain length of time using cumulative external referrer statistics.
- Cumulative keyword statistics: find out which search terms are most frequently used by visitors to your website.
- Search engine rankings and country-specific search engines that send you the most visitors are shown in cumulative search engine data.
- See which pages on your website are referring to other particular pages on your website.
- Utilize a Page or Link tracker features to allow, block or redirect visitors based on their data