My Web Maestro

Frequently Asked Questions

We've included information below for the questions most often asked, along with examples and additional links. If you are unable to find the answer to your question, please let us know.

Troubleshooting

Yes. Your web hosting with My Web Maestro includes a control panel (cPanel) that has a few tools built in for viewing traffic statistics. Once you log into cPanel, look for the section of icons on the main page for “statistics” to see the various options. We recommend using Awstats. (Definitions and explanations of Awstats terminology and labels) For information on how Awstats compares to the other typical cPanel options, see http://www.awstats.org/docs/awstats_compare.html#COMPARISON While the built-in stats software can help you keep a finger on the pulse of your site’s traffic, if you really want detailed information we recommend using Google Analytics (which requires additional setup.)

Definitely! In many cases, we actually would recommend you do this, in order to avoid filling up your hosting account’s space with emails. You can create an email address on your hosting account, and instead of forwarding mail, you can just tell Gmail to check and send through that account. This keeps your hosting space cleared out, and lets you still use your domain for your email (instead of a generic @gmail.com address.)

READ INSTRUCTIONS

Load More

Web Hosting

Yes. Your web hosting with My Web Maestro includes a control panel (cPanel) that has a few tools built in for viewing traffic statistics. Once you log into cPanel, look for the section of icons on the main page for “statistics” to see the various options. We recommend using Awstats. (Definitions and explanations of Awstats terminology and labels)

For information on how Awstats compares to the other typical cPanel options, see http://www.awstats.org/docs/awstats_compare.html#COMPARISON

While the built-in stats software can help you keep a finger on the pulse of your site’s traffic, if you really want detailed information we recommend using Google Analytics (which requires additional setup.)

Definitely! In many cases, we actually would recommend you do this, in order to avoid filling up your hosting account’s space with emails. You can create an email address on your hosting account, and instead of forwarding mail, you can just tell Gmail to check and send through that account. This keeps your hosting space cleared out, and lets you still use your domain for your email (instead of a generic @gmail.com address.)

READ INSTRUCTIONS

Load More

Domain Names

Yes. Your web hosting with My Web Maestro includes a control panel (cPanel) that has a few tools built in for viewing traffic statistics. Once you log into cPanel, look for the section of icons on the main page for “statistics” to see the various options. We recommend using Awstats. (Definitions and explanations of Awstats terminology and labels)

For information on how Awstats compares to the other typical cPanel options, see http://www.awstats.org/docs/awstats_compare.html#COMPARISON

While the built-in stats software can help you keep a finger on the pulse of your site’s traffic, if you really want detailed information we recommend using Google Analytics (which requires additional setup.)

Definitely! In many cases, we actually would recommend you do this, in order to avoid filling up your hosting account’s space with emails. You can create an email address on your hosting account, and instead of forwarding mail, you can just tell Gmail to check and send through that account. This keeps your hosting space cleared out, and lets you still use your domain for your email (instead of a generic @gmail.com address.)

READ INSTRUCTIONS

Load More

Billing & Payment

Yes. Your web hosting with My Web Maestro includes a control panel (cPanel) that has a few tools built in for viewing traffic statistics. Once you log into cPanel, look for the section of icons on the main page for “statistics” to see the various options. We recommend using Awstats. (Definitions and explanations of Awstats terminology and labels)

For information on how Awstats compares to the other typical cPanel options, see http://www.awstats.org/docs/awstats_compare.html#COMPARISON

While the built-in stats software can help you keep a finger on the pulse of your site’s traffic, if you really want detailed information we recommend using Google Analytics (which requires additional setup.)

Definitely! In many cases, we actually would recommend you do this, in order to avoid filling up your hosting account’s space with emails. You can create an email address on your hosting account, and instead of forwarding mail, you can just tell Gmail to check and send through that account. This keeps your hosting space cleared out, and lets you still use your domain for your email (instead of a generic @gmail.com address.)

READ INSTRUCTIONS

Load More

×