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Site centric measurements

Site centric measurements refer to the analysis of website performance based on data collected directly from the website itself. This type of measurement allows website owners to track the behavior of users on their site and make informed decisions to improve user experience and drive conversions.

Examples of site centric measurements include:

  • Pageviews: the number of times a specific page on the website is viewed by users.
  • Unique visitors: the number of distinct individuals who visit the website within a specific time frame.
  • Time on page: the average amount of time users spend on a particular page before navigating away.
  • Bounce rate: the percentage of visitors who leave the site after viewing only one page.

By analyzing these metrics and others, website owners can gain valuable insights into how users interact with their site and identify areas for improvement. This can lead to better user engagement, increased conversions, and ultimately, a more successful website.

For more information on site centric measurements, visit Wikipedia.