Oh, hi πŸ‘‹. Welcoming visitor stats back to Efty

When we launched the first version of Efty back in 2014 we started to include visitor stats right of the bat. Early on we got to deal with the same issues any large marketplace has to face and our stats were riddled with bot traffic and referral spam rendering them pretty much useless. As a solution, we were the first domain sales platform to offer an integration with Google Analytics back in 2016.

And although our Google Analytics integration still offers the most complete data set by far, giving you deep insights in where exactly your visitors originate from, many of you have told us you miss having stats for each of your domains right into your Efty account. A quick way to see which of your domain names is getting the most visitors.

I am pleased to share that as of today, you can find the visitor count for each of your domains from the last 30 days back into your domains overview.

Easily sort your domains by monthly visitors

Visitor’s stats are accumulated over a 30-day period and updated once every hour and will give you insight into which of your domains are being viewed the most. We track real, human-only visitors, that land on your domains via your individual for-sale landing pages, your own marketplace, custom lander domain, and soon via Efty.com

When the new Efty.com marketplace launches later this month you can also choose to display visitors stats on the Efty.com for-sale landing pages.

Showing visitors stats on your landing pages will create a sense of urgency for potential buyers and also shows that they will be able to instantly capture some potential customers or users for their business idea once they take ownership of the domain name.

If you have any questions please leave a comment or drop us an email at ask@efty.com

Not an Efty user yet? Get started with your free trial account here.

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