GAMW - Google Analytics Multi Website Pro
Published on Monday, April 10, 2017,03:41:34 in PHP scripts
INTRODUDEYou have difficulty in managing too many accounts on google analytics website statistics. Google Analytics Multi Website help you solve this Website problem, help you get better overview for website to help you through the chart promptly To improve and develop own strategies a better way channel.
OverviewReal-Time allows you to monitor activity as it happens on your site or app
LocationsUse the Real-Time Locations report to see the geographic locations of your active users
Traffic SourcesReal-Time allows you to monitor activity as it happens on your site or app
ContentUse the Real-Time Traffic Sources report to see which mediums and sources referred the users who are on your site right now
EventSee how users interact with your site via Events.Use the Events Flow report to visualize the order in which users trigger the Events on your site.
SessionsTotal number of Sessions within the date range. A session is the period time a user is actively engaged with your website, app, etc. All usage data (Screen Views, Events, Ecommerce, etc.) is associated with a session.
UsersUsers that have had at least one session within the selected date range. Includes both new and returning users.
PageviewsPageviews is the total number of pages viewed. Repeated views of a single page are counted.
Pages / SessionPages/Session (Average Page Depth) is the average number of pages viewed during a session. Repeated views of a single page are counted.
Avg. Session durationThe average length of a Session.
Bounce rateBounce Rate is the percentage of single-page visits (i.e. visits in which the person left your site from the entrance page without interacting with the page).
% New SessionsAn estimate of the percentage of first time visits.
GenderGender of user.
Age GroupAge bracket of user.
Affinity Categories (reach)Affinity categories are used to reach potential customers, to make them aware of your brand or product. These are users higher in the purchase funnel, near the beginning of the process.
In-market SegmentsUsers in these segments are more likely to be ready to purchase products or services in the specified category. These are users lower in the purchase funnel, near the end of the process.
Other CategoriesThese are more granular categories than Affinity or In-market, and let you identify users who are not in those other categories.
LanguageThe language settings in your usersâ browsers. Analytics uses the following ISO codes
LocationThe country from which the session originated.
New vs ReturningNew (first-time) or Returning user.
Frequency & RecencyThe session index for a user. Each session from a unique user will get its own incremental index starting from 1 for the first session. Subsequent sessions do not change previous session indicies. For example, if a certain user has 4 sessions to your website, sessionCount for that user will have 4 distinct values of â1â through â4â.
EngagementThe length of a session measured in seconds and reported in second increments. The value returned is a string.
BrowserThe browsers used by visitors to your website.
Operating SystemThe operating systems used by visitors to your website. Includes mobile operating systems such as Android.
Screen ResolutionThe screen resolutions of visitorsâ monitors.
Screen ColorsThe screen color depths of visitorsâ monitors.
Flash VersionThe versions of Flash supported by visitorsâ browsers, including minor versions.
Java SupportDifferentiates visits from browsers with and without (Yes or No) Java enabled.
Service ProviderThe names of the Internet service providers (ISPs) used by visitors to your site.
HostnameThe hostnames visitors used to reach your site. Typically, your siteâs URL.
Mobile Device InfoThe browsers used by visitors to your website.
Mobile Device BrandingThe operating systems used by visitors to your website. Includes mobile operating systems such as Android.
Mobile Device ModelThe screen resolutions of visitorsâ monitors.
ChannelsThe default channel grouping that is shared within the View (Profile).
Source / MediumSource/Medium describes where your traffic comes from. The Source is the place users are before seeing your content, like a search engine or another website. The Medium describes how users arrived at your content. Values for Medium include
SourceThe sources which referred traffic. Includes sources identified via utm_source.
MediumThe mediums which referred traffic. Includes mediums identified via utm_medium.
KeywordAll keywords, both paid and unpaid, used by users to reach your site.
Social Source ReferralAll keywords, both paid and unpaid, used by users to reach your site.
Landing PageThe pages through which visitors entered your site.
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