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Do you want to
accelerate your
website?
Do you want to
secure your
website?
You can protect
your visitors…
against malicious
visitors.
You can save
bandwidth.
You can reduce
page loads.
The good news is
this:
You can bring
visitors the fastest
connection
possible.
You can screen
website traffic for
malicious visitors.
You can have cache
static content for
your site.
You can optimize
your content.
All these things
can be done
If you can view
statistics.
If you analyze
this statistics.
Use the data to
your advantage.
Log in to your
CloudFlare
account.
Fill out the form
given.
Type your email
address.
Then, enter your
password.
The, you are
navigated to your
view.
Now, let’s go to
statistics.
Choose
“Analytics”.
You have to make
sure of this:
A site is added to
your account
If not, then add
one.
Just click “Add
Site”.
You may add
“LinkedIn”.
You may also add
“Google”.
Then, an insight to
your traffic is
given.
Four main metrics
are shown.
Let’s talk about
requests first.
You can see the
total number of
requests.
These are the
visitors who
browsed your site.
It’s made through
their browsers…
in your
customer’s site.
You can see the
cached requests.
What is cached
requests?
These are
requests that …
Cloudflare was
able to respond
to…
without contacting
the origin.
You can also see
the uncached
requests
What is this?
In this case, going
back to origin…
is necessary to
respond to the
request.
Now, let’ move on
to Unique Visitors.
These are unique
IP addresses.
They make a
request to your
customer’s sites.
What is unique is
this:
This is broken
into Maximum
and Minimum
What about the
Bandwidth?
How can it be
used?
It is the sum total
of all responses.
These are sent
back to visitors.
There are two
kinds of
bandwidth.
Cached
Bandwidth
It doesn’t require
going back to the
origin.
Maybe, you
would ask why.
They are already
available on
Cloudflare’s server.
Uncached
Bandwidth
How is it different
from the first one?
It doesn’t require
going back to the
origin.
Lastly, let’s talk
about Threat .
This is the good
thing about
Cloudflare.
It examines threats
from illegitimate
sources.
They are regularly
identified and
blocked.
It shows you the
following:
The total threat in
the period
The top country
they originated
from
The top threat type
In all these metrics,
remember this:
you can see these
additional
information:
Just scroll the
page down.
These are also
shown below the
Geography.
These are on
any given day.
You can choose
the time range.
Go to the upper
right hand corner.
Scroll down the
time range menu.
Thank you
for
watching!
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
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HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE
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For most, if not all, online marketers, driving traffic to a site may be enough. A certain figure may astound them as this may mean more sales, which, in turn, results to cash inflows. The truth of the matter is this may not be a blessing but a threat because some visitors might be bringing some malicious threats. If these threats get into your database, your program will be distorted. Thus, instead of reaching your goals-more traffic, more cash inflows- expensive reparation of the system is resulted to. And this is so discouraging.

Having said all of these, thanks to the power of Cloudflare! It has the capacity to check and blacklisted a request if it does not pass the check standard. Moreover, those that are checked and blacklisted are logged, categorized and made available for review.

If all these are tracked, you can save on your bandwidth. In turn, this can be translated into real savings.

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HOW TO KEEP COMMUNITY OF USERS THROUGH CLOUDFLARE

  1. 1. Do you want to accelerate your website?
  2. 2. Do you want to secure your website?
  3. 3. You can protect your visitors…
  4. 4. against malicious visitors.
  5. 5. You can save bandwidth.
  6. 6. You can reduce page loads.
  7. 7. The good news is this:
  8. 8. You can bring visitors the fastest connection possible.
  9. 9. You can screen website traffic for malicious visitors.
  10. 10. You can have cache static content for your site.
  11. 11. You can optimize your content.
  12. 12. All these things can be done
  13. 13. If you can view statistics.
  14. 14. If you analyze this statistics.
  15. 15. Use the data to your advantage.
  16. 16. Log in to your CloudFlare account.
  17. 17. Fill out the form given.
  18. 18. Type your email address.
  19. 19. Then, enter your password.
  20. 20. The, you are navigated to your view.
  21. 21. Now, let’s go to statistics.
  22. 22. Choose “Analytics”.
  23. 23. You have to make sure of this:
  24. 24. A site is added to your account
  25. 25. If not, then add one.
  26. 26. Just click “Add Site”.
  27. 27. You may add “LinkedIn”.
  28. 28. You may also add “Google”.
  29. 29. Then, an insight to your traffic is given.
  30. 30. Four main metrics are shown.
  31. 31. Let’s talk about requests first.
  32. 32. You can see the total number of requests.
  33. 33. These are the visitors who browsed your site.
  34. 34. It’s made through their browsers…
  35. 35. in your customer’s site.
  36. 36. You can see the cached requests.
  37. 37. What is cached requests?
  38. 38. These are requests that …
  39. 39. Cloudflare was able to respond to…
  40. 40. without contacting the origin.
  41. 41. You can also see the uncached requests
  42. 42. What is this?
  43. 43. In this case, going back to origin…
  44. 44. is necessary to respond to the request.
  45. 45. Now, let’ move on to Unique Visitors.
  46. 46. These are unique IP addresses.
  47. 47. They make a request to your customer’s sites.
  48. 48. What is unique is this:
  49. 49. This is broken into Maximum
  50. 50. and Minimum
  51. 51. What about the Bandwidth?
  52. 52. How can it be used?
  53. 53. It is the sum total of all responses.
  54. 54. These are sent back to visitors.
  55. 55. There are two kinds of bandwidth.
  56. 56. Cached Bandwidth
  57. 57. It doesn’t require going back to the origin.
  58. 58. Maybe, you would ask why.
  59. 59. They are already available on Cloudflare’s server.
  60. 60. Uncached Bandwidth
  61. 61. How is it different from the first one?
  62. 62. It doesn’t require going back to the origin.
  63. 63. Lastly, let’s talk about Threat .
  64. 64. This is the good thing about Cloudflare.
  65. 65. It examines threats from illegitimate sources.
  66. 66. They are regularly identified and blocked.
  67. 67. It shows you the following:
  68. 68. The total threat in the period
  69. 69. The top country they originated from
  70. 70. The top threat type
  71. 71. In all these metrics, remember this:
  72. 72. you can see these additional information:
  73. 73. Just scroll the page down.
  74. 74. These are also shown below the Geography.
  75. 75. These are on any given day.
  76. 76. You can choose the time range.
  77. 77. Go to the upper right hand corner.
  78. 78. Scroll down the time range menu.
  79. 79. Thank you for watching!

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