Welcome to the final part of our series and we hope that you have been keeping up with our four previous Google Analytics key metrics; Bounce Rate, Landing & Exit Pages, Percentage of New Visits, and Average Visit Duration/Pages Per Visit.
This metric shows you where your traffic is coming from and it could be from anywhere like search engine (Google, Bing, Yahoo), paid ads (Google AdWords, affiliate marketing), referrals from other websites, or direct traffic (manually entering your domain name).
The data from this tells you the effectiveness of your website and from there onwards, you can establish a focus on efforts that create results whether it is paid advertising, SEO, social media, guest blogging, listing directories and so on.
If you want to know all the 5 key metrics in Google Analytics that will help you boost your website and help you gain higher ROI, check out our previous posts as well on Bounce Rate, Landing & Exit Pages, Percentage of New Visits, and Average Visit Duration/Pages Per Visit.
Of course, there are many more metrics for you to analyse from Google Analytics, and they all can help you make better decisions to increase the performance of your website and to enhance your SEO efforts!
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- Part 1: Bounce Rate
- Part 2: Landing & Exit Pages
- Part 3: Percentage of New Visits
- Part 4: Average Visit Duration/Pages Per Visit
- Part 5: Traffic Sources