In Google Analytics, is it better to have more new visitors or returning?
That's a good question. A returning visitor means you have good content, and a new visitor means you are attracting interest to you hubs. So I think its good to have a balance of both. For me, i have 90% new and 10% returning.
This depends. You may expect more new visitors if you are running a commercial site.
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