Aug 23, 2018

Google Analytics Multi Website

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You are having difficulty managing too many accounts on the statistics for the google analytics website. Google Analytics Multi Website helps you solve this site issue so you get better overview of the site to help you through the chart instantly To improve and develop your own strategies a better way channel. Here is a list from the chart:


Total number of sessions within the date range. A session is the period in which a user is actively engaged in your website, app, etc. All usage data (Screen Views, Events, Ecommerce, etc.) is associated with a session.


Users who have had at least one session within the selected date range. Includes both new and recurring users.

page views

Pageviews are the total number of pages displayed. Repeated impressions of a single page are counted.

Pages / Session

Pages / Session (Average Page Depth) is the average number of pages displayed during a session. Repeated impressions of a single page are counted.

Average. Session Duration

The average length of a session.

Bounce Rate

Rejection rate is the percentage of page visits (i.e., visits where the person left your site from the input page without interacting with the page).

% New sessions

An estimate of the percentage of first visit.


Gender of user.

Age group

Age brace of user.

Affinity Categories (Range)

Affinity categories are used to reach potential customers to alert them to your brand or product. These are users higher in the purchase strike, near the beginning of the process.

In-market segments

Users in these segments are more likely to be ready to buy products or services in the specified category. These are users who are lower in the purchase strike, close to the end of the process.

Other categories

These are more granular categories than Affinity or In-market, and allow you to identify users who are not in the other categories.


Language settings in your users browsers. Analytics uses the following ISO codes


The country from which the session originates.

New vs Recurring

New (first time) or Recurring user.

Frequency and news

Session Index for a User. Each session from a unique user gets its own incremental index from 1 to the first session. Subsequent sessions do not change previous session indications. For example, if a particular user has 4 sessions on your website, sessionCount for that user will have 4 different values ​​of "1 & # 39; to & # 39; 4 & # 39 ;.


The length of a session measured in seconds and reported in the second step. The returned value is a string.


The browsers used by visitors to your site.

Operating system

Operating systems used by visitors to your site. Includes mobile operating systems like Android.

display resolution

The screen resolutions of the visitors' screens.

display colors

Screen color depths on the display screens.

Flash Version

The versions of Flash supported by the visitors' browsers, including smaller versions.

Java Support

Differentiate visits from browsers with and without (Yes or No) Java enabled.

Service Provider

The names of ISPs (ISPs) used by visitors to your site.

Host Name

The host name visitors used to reach your site. Typical website URL.

Mobile info

The browsers used by visitors to your site.

Branding of mobile devices

Operating systems used by visitors to your site. Includes mobile operating systems like Android.

Mobile device model

The screen resolutions of the visitors' screens.


Default channel grouping that is shared in the view (profile).

Source / Medium

Source / Medium describes where your traffic comes from. The source is the place users are before they see your content like a search engine or another site. Medium describes how users arrived at your content. Values ​​for Medium include


The sources that referred to traffic. Includes sources identified via utm_source.


The media that referred traffic. Includes media identified via utm_medium.


All keywords, both paid and unpaid, are used by users to reach your site.

Social Source Reference

All keywords, both paid and unpaid, are used by users to reach your site.

landing Page

The pages through which visitors entered your site.


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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