What is the difference between visits and pageviews in Google Analytics?
Number of visitors is all of the individual visitors - page views refers to how may pages were viewed? For example - one person visited, but viewed six of your pages. So, that would be one visitor and 6 individual page views within your web site. I could have 10 unique visitors and 30 page views if each of them looked at 3 pages within my site (where ad code is I respect) before leaving - or buying hopefully!!!
by Carolee Samuda 4 years ago
I am not very intelligent when it comes to traffic stats, so sue me..lolWhy is Google Analytics stats more than the HP stats for the same period? Before you assume that Google logs my visits to my hubs, let me clarify that I have hardly been visiting my own hubs. I have an excess of 400+ visitors...
by cameciob 8 years ago
What is Google Adsense Page impression and what is Google Analytics pageviews.And why the number of page impression in AdSense (not clicks) is so different then the number of pageviews in Analitycs
by YU_First 1 8 years ago
I have a bounce rate of 72.94% as per Google Analytics reports. What can I do to correct this?
by Venus Mary 2 weeks ago
Good afternoon. I have configured the external affiliate of analitics by placing the ID of the account created for my hubpages url: https://hubpages.com/@venusmaritza, but when I want to verify the property in Search console using Analitics, it tells me that it has not established a connection with...
by Eugene Brennan 8 months ago
Is this possible, or do I need some sort of plugin? My impressions seems to be about 65% to 70% of pageviews (of the 60% share of pages that display my ads), so I want to see which hubs could be improved to retain readers.
by 49lart 7 years ago
How is it possible for Google Analytics to show 100% bounce from 2 visits and 9 page views?My website analytics show Bing 2 visits 9 page views, zero time, 100% new, 100% bounce. It doesn't make sense. Any ideas.
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