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Difference between Session and Visits
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What is the difference between session and visits in Google Analytics? Can anybody explain it.
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Both are same thing. A user when comes to your site at a particular time then its called as session or visit.
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Session and visit are two different things. When the user clicks on a web page or website then it is called as visit and the time duration which the user stay, called as a session.
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A user visits a website that is called a VISIT, now same user checks 5 of your pages that is called a SESSION. Visit refers to the number of time the user visit the page. A session refers to the active user on a particular page.
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Visit and Session both are different, someone is clicking on your site that is called visit. how much time he spends on a page called session. if he leaves before 15 mins it is called a session.
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