Piwik


Piwik
 






Piwik Glossary

% Search Exist (Site Search): The percentage of visits that left the website after searching for Keyword on your Site Search engine.

Actions: The number of actions performed by your visitors. Actions can be page views, internal site searches, downloads or outlinks.

Actions per Visit: The average number of actions (page views, site searches, downloads or outlinks) that were performed during the visits.

Avg. Time on Website: The average duration of a visit.

Avg. Generation Time: The average time it took to generate the page. This metric includes the time it took the server to generate the web page, plus the time it took for the visitor to download the response from the server. A lower "avg. generation time" means a faster website for your visitors!

Avg. Time on Page: The average amount of time visitors spent on this page (only the page, not the entire website).

Bounce Rate: The percentage of visits that only had a single pageview. This means that the visitor left the website directly from the entrance page.

Bounce Rate (Actions): The percentage of visits that started on this page and left the website straight away.

Bounces: Number of visits that started and ended on this page. This means that the visitor left the website after viewing only this page.

Clicked in search results: The number of times this Page was visited after a visitor did a search on your website and clicked on this page in the search results.

Conversion Rate: The percentage of visits that triggered a goal conversion.

Downloads: The number of times this link was clicked.

Entrances: Number of visits that started on this page.

Events with a Value: Number of events where an Event Value was set.

Exit rate: The percentage of visits that left the website after viewing this page.

Exits: Number of visits that ended on this page.

Impressions: The number of times a content block, such as a banner or an ad, was displayed on a page.

Interaction Rate: The ratio of content impressions to interactions.

Interactions: The number of times a content block was interacted with (eg, a 'click' on a banner or ad).

Maximum value: The maximum value for this event.

Minimum value: The minimum value for this event.

Outlinks: The number of times this link was clicked.

Pageviews: The number of times this page was visited.

Search Results Pages: Visitors will search on your website and sometimes click "next" to view more results. This is the average number of search results pages viewed for this keyword.

Searches: The number of visits that searched for this keyword on your website's search engine.

Searches (Site Search): The number of visits that searched for this keyword on your website's search engine.

The Average of All Values for This Event: The average of all values for this event.

Total Pageviews: The number of times this page was visited.

Total Events: Total number of events.

Total Value: The sum of event values.

Unique Clicks (Actions): The number of visits that involved a click on this link. If a link was clicked multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.

Unique Downloads: The number of visits that involved a click on this link. If a link was clicked multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.

Unique Downloads (Actions): The number of visits that involved a click on this link. If a link was clicked multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.

Unique Outlinks: The number of visits that involved a click on this link. If a link was clicked multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.

Unique Pageviews: The number of visits that included this page. If a page was viewed multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.

Unique Pageviews (Actions): The number of visits that included this page. If a page was viewed multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.

Unique visitors: The number of unduplicated visitors coming to your website. Every user is only counted once, even if he visits the website multiple times a day.

Users: The number of users logged into your website. It is the number of unique active users that have a User ID set (via Tracking code function 'setUserId').

Visits: If a visitor comes to your website for the first time or if he visits a page more than 30 minutes after his last page view, this will be recorded as a new visit.

All Referrers (Referrers): This report shows all your Referrers in one unified report, listing all Websites, Search keywords and Campaigns used by your visitors to find your website.

Browser Plugins (Visitor Settings): This report shows which browser plugins your visitors had enabled. This information might be important for choosing the right way to deliver your content.

Browser Engines (Visitor Devices): This report shows your visitors' browsers broken down into browser engines. The most important information for web developers is what kind of rendering engine their visitors are using. The labels contain the names of the engines followed by the most common browser using that engine in brackets.

Campaigns (Referrers): This report shows which campaigns led visitors to your website.

City (Visitors): This report shows the cities your visitors were in when they accessed your website. In order to see data for this report, you must setups GeoIP in the Geolocation admin tab.

Continent (Visitors): This report shows which continent your visitors were in when they accessed your website.

Country (Visitors): This report shows which country your visitors were in when they accessed your website.

Custom Variables (Visitors): This report contains information about your Custom Variables. Click on the variable name to see the distribution of the values.

Downloads (Actions): In this report, you can see which files your visitors have downloaded.

Entry page titles (Actions): This report contains information about the titles of entry pages that were used during the specified period.

Entry pages (Actions): This report contains information about the entry pages that were used during the specified period. An entry page is the first page that a user views during their visit.

Exit page titles (Actions): This report contains information about the titles of exit pages that occurred during the specified period.

Exit pages (Actions): This report contains information about the exit pages that occurred during the specified period. An exit page is the last page that a user views during his visit.

Keywords (Referrers): This report shows which keywords users were searching for before they were referred to your website.

Length of Visits (Visitors): In this report, you can see how many visits had a certain total duration. Initially, the report is shown as a tag cloud, more common durations are displayed in a larger font. 

Outlinks (Actions): This report shows a hierarchical list of outlink URLs that were clicked by your visitors. An outlink is a link that leads the visitor away from your website.

Page Titles Following a Site Search (Site Search): When visitors search on your website, they are looking for a particular page, content, product, or service. This report lists the pages that were clicked the most after an internal search.

Page URLs (Actions): This report contains information about the page URLs that have been visited.

Page Titles (Actions): This report contains information about the titles of the pages that have been visited.

Pages Following a Site Search (Site Search): When visitors search on your website, they are looking for a particular page, content, product, or service. This report lists the pages that were clicked the most after an internal search.

Pages per Visit (Visitors): In this report, you can see how many visits involved a certain number of pageviews. Initially, the report is shown as a tag cloud, and more common numbers of pages are displayed in a larger font.

Provider (Visitors): This report shows which Internet Service Providers your visitors used to access the website.

Referrer Type (Referrers): This table contains information about the distribution referrer types.

  • Direct Entry: A visitor has entered the URL in his browser and started browsing on your website - he entered the website directly
  • Search Engines: A visitor was referred to your website by a search engine.
  • Websites: The visitor followed a link on another website that led to your site.
  • Campaigns: Visitors that came to your website as the results of a campaign.

Region (Visitors): This report shows which region over your visitors were in when they accessed your website.

Search Categories (Site Search): This report lists the Categories that visitors selected when they made a Search on your website.

Search Engines (Referrers): This report shows which search engines referred users to your website.

Search Keywords with No Results (Site Search): This report lists the Search Keywords that did not return any Search result.

Site Search Keywords (Site Search): This report lists the Search Keywords that visitors searched for on your internal Search Engine.

Social Networks (Referrers): In this table, you can see which websites referred visitors to your site.

Visitor Browser (Visitor Devices): This report contains information about what kind of browser your visitors were using.

Visitor Configuration (Visitor Settings): This report shows the most common overall configurations that your visitors had. A configuration is the combination of an operating system, a browser type, and a screen resolution.

Visits by Day of Week (Visits Summary): This graph shows the number of visits your website received on each day of the week.

Visits by Local Time (Visits Summary): This graph shows what time it was in the visitors' time zones during their visits.

Visits by Server Time (Visits Summary): This graph shows what time it was in the server's time zone during the visits.

Visits by Visit Number (Visitors): In this report, you can see the number of visits who were the Nth visit.

Visits by Days since Last Visit (Visitors): In this report, you can see how many visits were from visitors whose last visit was a certain number of days ago.

Websites (Referrers): In this table, you can see which websites referred visitors to your site.




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