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Curious about how your existing website is performing?

Knowing how well your website is performing is essential to maximizing your online success.

Here’s an example of some of the items we will be analyzing for you:


Acquisition refers to how you get website traffic. Simply put, you can use acquisition reports to see how your traffic arrives to your site.

This refers to behavior of visitors and conversion data for your top traffic sources by channel (referral, direct, organic search, and social).

This is giving you the most important data right up front — the number of sessions acquired, the bounce rate of those acquired visitors, and their conversions for your most effective channels. It provides a quick and easy way to see how your top channels are performing.


The Behavior reports all about seeing what visitors are actually doing on your website. By using these reports, you can assess the performance of your website content and determine if you visitors are taking the actions you want them to.

When you first access the Behavior tab, you’ll again see an Overview. This view gives you a graph showing the amount of traffic your website received during the time period you’re looking at.

Pageviews: Total number of pages viewed.

Unique Page views: Number of individual people who have viewed a specific page at least once during a visit.

Average Time on Page: The average amount of time users spend viewing a page.

Bounce Rate: The percentage of single-page visits. (For an in-depth lesson on bounce rate and how to use it, see here.)

Percent Exit: Percentage of users who exit from a page or set of pages

The Landing Pages report allows you to see top landing pages, which is where your visitors enter your site. This report will show you conversions based on your goals, which enables you to see which pages are most likely to lead people to convert. Use this information to optimize your campaigns to direct more traffic to the pages with higher conversion rates.

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