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WordPress Intelligence is a dynamic analysis of production websites, at all times, addressed at web professionals that want much more numbers and insights from their hosting partner. We collect and present site usage data, across the entire site, at all times, so that you can always stay in the know and make informed decisions.
We visually display site data, complementing Google Analytics by providing data that simply cannot be extracted by GA using its JS integration on websites. It's way more WordPress-centric than general purpose solutions like New Relic.
We assemble the data generated by WordPress site usage, using our proprietary WordPress Intelligence solution to deliver actionable information regarding your website performance, as fast as possible.
Caching is an incredibly useful technology that helps your site to load extremely fast, allowing you to check how often your site is served from cache or not.
We provide details on how you can investigate such cases using the pageviews and the bandwidth metrics.
It's very important to make sure that Google Bot and other web crawlers can reach your site on a network level.
You can be an agency or a developer checking that your code is properly implemented, or a beneficiary who ensures providers fulfill agreements and promises by the book.
Declines in search traffic as a result of algorithm changes, thus directly proportional drops in SERP.
Overseen or imminent hacks and security issues resulting in blacklisting, flagging and other penalties.
Outages during peak usage time such as ad campaigns, discount product campaigns or product launches, mentions on high-profile sites or virality on social networks.
The number of non-bot pageviews is the metric we use for your pricing plan. We count the pageviews using our proprietary detection technology.
Although we do not charge its usage, we display it so you can see how much bandwidth your site uses.
Front-end responses represent the total number of responses by public site visitors which were successful, redirected, not found or prone to server errors.
We have built our own WordPress-first CDN. Here you can check the total amount of responses returned by static files.
The back-end requests are the number of responses returned by logged-in users, also split in 'success', 'redirect', 'not found' or 'server error'.
We count Ajax requests, since these requests flood the back-end of your site, possibly slowing down the wp-admin area and the site’s loading speed for all logged-in users.
The cache response distribution allows you to check how often your site is served from cache, which is obviously faster.
We monitor bot requests, offering data that can help you find out if your site is correctly crawled by Google Bot and other bots.
This metric compares the numbers of pageviews from visitors using an ad blocker enabled or not.
This is the number of DB queries that are being executed in order to generate the HTML code.
A highly important metric, this will show the number of queries on your site that are very slow and need urgent attention.
This value depicts how long DB queries take to execute, on average.
It shows how long it takes, on average, to execute the site code, and generate the HTML.
This metric constantly displays the memory used by the PHP processes to generate the pages, posts, and archives.
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