Google Analytics is an analytic tool to measure the effectiveness of your web applications. With this tool, you can monitor the traffic you are getting, track the traffic sources of your site and understand the progress of your website in various areas. This tool is extremely useful in order to reach out to your customers, try to identify the reasons behind the traffic fluctuations, and observe the actual behavior of the website. It basically turns web traffic into a graph, which is good for business intelligence
Google Analytics is available for all major web browsers such as Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and many other free/paid browsers.
How does Google Analytics work?
Google Analytics puts a line of code into your website. During on-site visits, the code records various types of activities that an individual does on your website, along with the attributes (such as age, gender, and interests) of that visitor.
Google Analytics can help you to track
Number of users who are currently online
How many pages people are exploring
How long people are staying on the website
How often users are returning to the website (Repeated customers)
Which websites are sending the traffic to your website
Which marketing efforts or campaigns are sending the traffic
Which visitors have visited your website and are converted to leads or customers
Factors that are affecting the website speed
How people are finding the content on the website
Popular pages on the website
Type of Reports Google Analytics offers
These reports will help anyone to understand the insights like
Active users in the last 1, 7, 14, or 30 days
Lifetime value which a user generates to your business based on activities across multiple sessions
Drill down at the individual user behavior instead of the aggregate view
Advertising reports can help you to analyze online advertising spend
View various user metrics on advertising spent across many Google Ads campaigns
Analyze Video 360 and Display campaign data
Analyze search ads 360 data
It used for comparing the efficiency of various marketing channels and discovering which sources are responsible for converting high-quality traffic.
In comparison to the entire web, the Behavior Overview report focuses on the individual pages of the site. It gives you a page views summary, specific page views, average page time, rate of bounce, and rate of departure. You may also verify how the contents are handled using URLs, names, terms of search, or events.
Conversion reports will help you to understand how any goal you are tracking is achieved. You can: Monitor user activities on your website that demonstrate that you achieve a business goal (e.g purchase, newsletter signup, contact form submission, etc.)
The Real-Time Reporting from Google Analytics offers an overview of details about our online users, including the location of their sites, the number of spectators on our website, the traffic sources which have taken the viewers to your website, and more. This information is extremely useful for marketing purposes, and it is immensely helpful to access this data immediately.
Users Flow report
The User Flow report shows the routes that users have used through your website, source, pages and wherever they have left your site along their journey
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