5 tips to master Google Analytics data

LatiaEmmie

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In this post I will show you how you manage to master Google Analytics Data. Managing your page plays a crucial role in the success of your website. It does not matter if you have a new website or blog. Keeping track of visitor data is a prerequisite for the success of every company. Handling all the data can be very difficult, so make sure you know all the necessary information and focus on the results at the end. In the following, I will show you 5 tips on how to use simple tricks to address certain areas of Google Analytics.

Visitor activities

Always keep an eye on the activities of your visitors, which is not to say that you are only looking for pages, but you have more information about the content you are most interested in and what content you prefer. Also, you should know in what proportion your visitor spend time with your content and why some visitors immediately leave your site after you have read certain content. These things play a decisive role when it comes to the success of a company.

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Audience location

You may be surprised when all their visitors access your website from different places around the world. Google offers a variety of home countries with local docks; It is something quite ordinary to discover in the foreign ranking. To find out, simply go to the Audience option and click on Geo and finally on Location. There you will find all the information you would like to have. However, for traffic to your website you need to use Google Analytics.

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Visitor frequency

The type of content you publish on your website has an impact on the number of people who use it. Interaction with the visitors is therefore nothing new. The majority of visitors will stay with their content, which they consider useful. To view the visitor frequency, go to the Audience option >> Behavior >> Frequency & Recency. There you will get all the information.

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Your mobile visitors

As mobile traffic affects your website, because most people nowadays surf on mobile more than on PC or in the past. For a graphic of your mobile visitors, navigate to Audience >> Mobile >> Device

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Locate your bounce pages

A large number of people are mainly interested in the most visited sites. You should take care not only about the most visited pages, but also why some content visitors keeps. Google Analytics Data plays a significant role when you want to know more about what kind of content gives you views and what visitors keeps. Locate your bounce pages by navigating to Audience >> User Explorer.

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TheRealRazzy

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The bounce page locator definitely comes in handy when you want to figure out why you're bleeding traffic.

Figure out what pages are not performing, go in and fix them, or delete them lol :D
 
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