Our clients don't get a lot of use out of it. We tend to put a "Google Analytics" tab right next to it, so that gets used more often.
The statistics tab is handy on intranets where it gives editors a "light weight" statistic for cheching that theire pages actually gets read.
Good morning / afternoon / evening!
Quick question for you all that'll hopefully get you guys to assert your opinion on the matter...
Do you think that the statistics tab gives an editor any additional functionality / help than a Google Analytics account, provided that they have full access to both, and can extract meaningful data?