1-Day Active Users is a metric that quantifies the number of distinct individuals who interact with a website or app during a 24-hour period.
4XX Errors are like "wrong address" alerts online, signaling a need for correction.
5XX Errors indicate server-side issues preventing request fulfillment.
7-Day Active Users is a metric that measures the number of distinct users who interact with a website or app over a seven-day period.
Accessibility Score is a metric evaluating how well digital content adheres to accessibility standards, ensuring it is usable by individuals with various disabilities.
Active Users refers to the number of individuals who engage meaningfully within an app, website, or software application over a period of time.
Average Session Duration measures the average length of a visitor's stay on a website, indicating user engagement and content effectiveness.
Average Time on Page measures the average time users spend on a specific page of a website.
Blocked by Robots.txt is a website management metric indicating the number of web pages disallowed from search engine crawling due to rules set in the robots.txt file.
Bounce Rate is the percentage of visitors who visit a page and leave without doing anything else.
Cart Abandonment Rate quantifies the percentage of online shoppers who add products to their cart but exit without completing the purchase.
Clicks measure how users actively engage with an ad or link.
This metric helps gauge audience engagement and sentiment toward a brand, product, or campaign.
Cumulative Layout Shift gauges the impact of unexpected layout changes on a webpage during loading. CLS helps understand and improve a website’s visual consistency.
Daily Active Users (DAU) in Google Analytics 4 refers to the number of unique individuals who engage with a digital asset, such as a website or app, within a 24-hour period.
Duplicate Content is text repeated across multiple web pages, affecting SEO.
Engagement rate is a measure of how many people interact with specific content.
Event Count in Google Analytics 4 (GA4) measures how often users interact with specific elements on a website within a given time span.
Exit Rate quantifies the frequency at which a particular web page serves as the final point of interaction in a user's session.
First Contentful Paint (FCP) is a metric that gauges the time taken from the start of loading a page to the appearance of the first content on the screen (e.g., text, images).
First Input Delay (FID) is the time from a user's first interaction on a webpage to the browser's response, reflecting page responsiveness.
Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) measures the time it takes for the main content of a web page to load and become visible to the user.
Monthly Active Users, commonly abbreviated as MAU, refers to the total number of unique users who engage with a digital platform at least once within a 30-day period.
New Users represent first-time visitors to a website or platform, highlighting initial audience engagement.
Page Load Time is the duration it takes for all the content on a specific webpage to fully render after a user clicks a link or makes a request.
Page Views show the total number of times a specific webpage is loaded or reloaded in a web browser.
Redirect Links help visitors automatically navigate from one URL to another.
Scroll Depth measures the percentage of a web page a visitor views.
Sessions refers to a series of user actions on a website or app within a specific period.
Unique Visitors is the count of distinct individuals accessing a website within a set timeframe, identified by cookies or IP address.