An overview of the different traffic sources for your website.
This lets you see exactly where your visitors are coming from.
Let’s take a look:
On the left hand side, you can see a graphical representation of the source of your traffic. You can immediately see where most of your visitors come from.
On the right hand side, you can see a more detailed representation of the data in the graphic. Every single point is expandable.
Here you can see how many visitors reached your pages by directly typing in the URL. Every link to your pages is listed as well as the amount of visitors who reached that URL through direct entry.
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These are other website URLs where visitors of your website arrived from.
Here you can see, which websites most of your visitors arrived from.
Social Media Referrals
Here you can see how many visitors arrived via Facebook, Twitter or other social media sited. This is especially interesting for you to see, since it can tell you on which platform your ads will be more effective.
Lastly we have Search Engine Referrals. It lets you see from which search engines most of your visitors come from.
Let’s take a look at the statistic:
In the example we can see that most of them came from Google. This will very often be the case, but not always.
If you know where most of your visitors come from, you can make better marketing choices. It can also give you very good insight into your visitor behavior. Depending on the source of your traffic, you can also see which target audience your website attracts.
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