Hit Stats - Visit vs. Visitor

In the Hits Stats block, why the numbers written down in Visit are not the same, or about the same, than the numbers in Visitor.
6 Answer(s)
Even people who didn't open an account and are not users may see what is inside the website. The numbers written down in Visit are the number of people who accessed to the contents whatsover if they are registered users or not. The numbers written down in Visitor are the number of people who are registered users and signed in.
A person who is not registered or who didn't sign in has access to the same content as a person who is registered and signed in. The sole difference is that a person who signed in with Flokii will be able to communicate and interact with others.
Peter Anthony Moore on October 30 at 03:56 AM Edited
Thank your for your answer, me also was asking me the difference between both.
on October 30 at 01:20 PM
The answer of Peter is correct, but a detail is missing. I checked the system and it seems also that if a user sign in at one point, and sign in again the same day or another day, it will not show one more visitor. For example, I went on the website as user at 11.45pm and also at 00.20am, so 35 minutes later (but the day after), and the number of Visitors was the same.
So, from my understanding, the number of visitors is not only the number of users who signed in but - in reality - the number of users who sign in for the first time. In conclusion, it appears that the number of Visitors is the number of users.
Gregory Arsenault on November 05 at 04:06 AM
visitor count is not just the number of logged in users but - in fact - the number of users logging in for the first time.
oilumiun12 on November 16 at 10:12 PM Edited
Peter's answer is accurate, but a crucial detail is missing. Upon checking the system, it seems that if a user signs in multiple times within the same day or on different days, it doesn't count as additional visitors. For instance, my sign-ins at 11.45pm and 00.20am the next day didn't increase the visitor count. Therefore, it appears that the 'number of visitors' reflects the unique count of users signing in for the first time, not the cumulative total of all sign-ins. In conclusion, the 'number of visitors' aligns with the unique user count.Fm Whatsapp apk
Thiagoros Roy on January 31 at 04:17 AM
It's essential to highlight the nuanced interpretation of the 'number of visitors' metric provided by Peter. The clarification about multiple sign-ins within the same or different days not contributing to additional counts is crucial.
on February 26 at 09:53 AM Edited by Flokii Profile Page
The discrepancy between the numbers recorded in the "Visit" and "Visitor" sections of the Hits Stats block typically arises from the way these metrics are defined and tracked. "Visits" generally refer to the total number of times a website is accessed, counting each session of interaction regardless of whether it's initiated by a new or returning user. On the other hand, "Visitors" often denotes unique users who access the site, meaning each user is counted only once regardless of how many times they visit. Therefore, a single visitor can generate multiple visits if they return to the site multiple times. This distinction explains why the number of visits usually exceeds the number of visitors, reflecting the repetitive nature of users' interactions with the site. guide
Phill Jones on May 29 at 10:53 AM
Understanding hit stats is crucial for web analytics. A "visit" refers to a single session on your site, while a "visitor" represents an individual user who may have multiple visits. Tracking both metrics helps gauge engagement and reach. Higher visits with steady visitors indicate repeated interest, whereas an increase in visitors shows expanding audience reach. Monitor both for comprehensive insights.