How to View Statistics in Jetpack

Jetpack provides an in-depth analysis of your WordPress site. This information includes the views for the day that you open the dashboard, best overall day of views, all-time views and all-time comments. Follow the steps below to see the stats provided by Jetpack that are within your WordPress Dashboard.

  1. In order to see the stats provided by Jetpack you will need to first login to your WordPress Dashboard.
  2. Find Jetpack in the menu to the left and click on Jetpack.
  3. You will then see the first statistics screen. These stats will show you the traffic stats for the current period. You can change the view in the top right hand corner of the chart to Days, Weeks, Months.

Detailed view provided by Jetpack

The detailed view shows more information (in addition to the previous view) on your website traffic including: Referrers, Search Engine Terms, Top Posts & Pages, Clicks, and Subscriptions.

  1. If you have not logged into WordPress already, then please do so, and then Jetpack.
  2. At the bottom right-hand corner you will see the option to View Detailed Stats

You will then see the options for a more detailed look of your traffic based on the period you were viewing.

Viewing the Statistic Summaries

You also have the option choose summaries of the statistics based on a day. Note that this option is only available through the Detailed Statistics page.

  1. If you have not logged into WordPress already, then please do so, and then Jetpack.
  2. At the bottom right-hand corner you will see the option to View Detailed Stats
  3. When you arrive at the detailed stats page, you will see the link for Summaries in the top right hand corner. Click on the link.

You will then see a calendar. Select the day where you want to see the detailed statistics. After you click on the date, you will see a summary of Referrers, Top Pages and Posts, Search Engine terms, and Clicks. Congratulations! You now know how to view Statistics based on the Jetpack plugin’s dashboard options These statistics views don’t require that you login to the related WordPress.com account associated with your WordPress site. To learn more, please see our other Jetpack articles.

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