The most detailed and most successful tool you can use to learn about site statistics is Google Analytics. But I think that it is difficult for people to use this tool because it has a lot of detailed and detailed data or an interface full of terms. Even when most people add the Analytics code to their site, they do not even log into their account.
I’ve written a detailed, visually supported article on using Google Analytics before, but I lost my article because there have been a lot of changes in Analytics in the meantime. I also wanted to review the common features of Analytics in a question-and-answer format. So you can easily learn the most important data and statistics about your site without going into details.
1. From which country and city is Sitema entered?
Audience> Geography> You can see how many people from your country visited your site, how many are new visitors, and how long you stay on this site in your chosen date range. If you want to see which city you are coming from, just choose “city” instead of country as your primary dimension.
2. From which devices did you access the site?
By following the path to Audience> Mobile> Overview, you can see how many people are accessing your site from computers, tablets and mobile phones. If you compare visits made from mobile and tablet to old times, you will see how big it is. That’s why we should pay more attention to the mobile version of our site.
3. How many visitors visit the site again?
You can see how many people visit your site for the first time by visiting the Audience> Behaviors> Behaviors – Returnees page, and how many have previously visited your site. We can interpret this data in two ways. If the returnees are too much, we can say that we are a faithful restraint. If newcomers are too much, your site’s promotional efforts will work 🙂
4. How long do visitors stay on my site?
You can learn when people visiting your site follow your site by following the Audience> Behavior> Participation path. Here we can interpret the fact that there are a lot of people who spend 0-10 seconds here; they either have a design that misses them when they enter the site, they have entered your site by mistake, or they have not found the information they were looking for in the first 10 seconds and they have left your site.
5. From which sources did the site come from?
You can see what sources are being accessed to your site by following Acquisition> All Traffic> Channels. Direct is the value of visits made by typing your site address directly into the address line or clicking on it frequently. Organic Search is the value of those who reach your site after search on the search engines. When you click on it you can see which calls came from. Social is the value of visiting from social media sites. When you click on it, you can see how many people visited from which social media site. Referral is the value of those who reach your site by clicking on your link on other sites. When you click on it you can see how many people are coming from. Email is the value of visits made by clicking on your link in the mail.
6. Which spelling has been read most?
By following Behavior> Site Content> All Pages, you can see the most visited pages of your site, the most readable of your blog. Here you can also see how much time you spend on average on each page and how much you leave your site immediately after reading the article (Bounce Rate).
7. How many people on my site are online?
You can see the number of online visitors on your site, which letters you read, which devices they are connected to, and what sources they are accessing your site by following the Real Time> Overview page.