In Web analytics, including Google Analytics, traffic sources is a report that provides an overview of the different kinds of sources that send traffic to your Web site, for example direct traffic (clicks from bookmarks or visitors who know your URL) or Web search engines. The metrics you will find under the general topic of traffic sources in analytics programs are as follows:
Direct Traffic: All those people showing up to your Web site by typing in the URL of your Web site or from a bookmark.
Referring URLs: other Web sites sending traffic to you. These could be as a result of your banner ads or campaigns or blogs or affiliates who link to you.
Search Engines: Google, Yahoo, Bing, Ask, others. This will include organic and paid traffic.
Other: These include campaigns you have run, e-mail, direct marketing, etc.
- traffic sources metrics
In Web analytics, the study of the impact of a Web site on its users, basic metrics is the term used to refer to the data in analytics programs that will give you an indication of who your site traffic is and where they are visiting from. Traffic sources metrics consists of the following data: […]
In video and film terminology a series of short edited clips of selected scenes that are put together into one montage. Trailers are often used as a way to advertise a video or film.
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- Transaction Processing
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