Here's the good news: you probably have access to better information than this, without the need to tell the entire world statistics that you might prefer to keep private. Many web hosting companies include web server statistical reports as a standard part of your account, and you should check your web hosting company's "control panel" for links to statistical information about your site. In addition, if your hosting company allows you to download your website's "log file," which contains information about every access to your site, then you can analyze this information yourself with any of a long list of programs that produce excellent statistics. Free programs in this category include AWStats, Analog and Webalizer. Commercial products include WebTrends, Sawmill and Wusage (which I wrote).
Disclaimer: I am the author of a website statistics program. Therefore my opinions on this question are biased. They are also very well-informed!
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