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The reporting tool is indicating that she is getting, on average, 400 user sessions per day.
The following is an example of her referral traffic:
The top referrer is her own website! Is this saying that 88% of her traffic is coming from visitors that are typing in her domain name directly and/or have the site bookmarked? Her rankings in the search engines are very poor. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
joined:Nov 29, 2000
Most people filter our referals from their own siteto get a better idea of external referrals.
Such a situation is normal and good.. Really if you have a site that has quite a few pages and good navigation you would be worried if people are only looking at one page and not clicking on to other pages on your site. (unless you sell of that one page of course)...
I looked at their online manual to see if I could figure things, but this is all that I could find:
If anyone looks at this link, can anyone decipher how they track a unique visitor? Does the documentation really say?
The lady does state that the site gets between 50,000 and 90,000 pageviews per month. (is there anyway pageviews can be a misleading figure - like hits or these "user sessions"?) So, that is ROUGHLY 2,000 pageviews per day. If 400 people per day are hitting the site, it would seem feasbile that people are viewing 5 pages per visit. That seems reasonable.