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Multiple Traffic Sources
Multiple Traffic Sources We offer our users to use multiple traffic sources in one project to reduce the needed amount of projects. To use several traffic sources in one project go to your projects settings and scroll down to "Traffic Source" and select "Referral". Adding Organic Traffic Keyword: automated traffic bot -- https://www.google.com/search?q=automated+traffic+bot Keyword: free traffic bot -- https://www.google.com/search?q=free+traffic+bot **Keyword: **best traf
Definition Social traffic refers to traffic coming to your website, mobile site or mobile app from social networks and social media platforms. For example, a person who clicks on a tweet or a Facebook post and then arrives on your brand's website will be counted in your digital analytics reports as social traffic. How To Add Social Traffic Source Find the dropdown menu "Traffic Source" in your project's settings and select "Social". Now add your links from social media networks into the nav
Definition The traffic speed indicates how much traffic is delivered to your website each day by us. This can be influenced by the variable bounce rate and returning visitor rate, which is described in more detail in the specific guides.
Respect Time Of Day
Respect Time Of Day This feature will make your traffic look much more human as our system will deliver your traffic during a specific timeframe instead of providing traffic 24h a day. If Active Our system sends traffic to your website based on real user behavior. Your traffic will decrease by night and increase during the daytime. If Deactivated Our system will send traffic continuously without respecting the real user behavior.
About Bounce Rate The bounce rate represents the percentage of visitors leaving your website after visiting the first page. If 55 out of 100 visitors will leave your website after the first page, your bounce rate will be equal to 55%. A bounce is a single-page session on your site. In Analytics, a bounce is calculated specifically as a session that triggers only a single request to the Analytics server, such as when a user opens a single page on your site and then exits without triggering any
Time On Each Page
Time On Each Page If a visitor stays on a page for one minute and visits three pages, his session time is 3 minutes. High Time On Page Setting The total number of visitors can be affected through the setting. The number of visitors can be influenced from two minutes upwards and can lead to lower visitor numbers. It varies from website to website. Recommended Setting We recommend a time on page between 30 seconds and one minute. Frequent misunderstandings Session time is not the same
Returning Visitor Rate
Definition The returning visitors rate allows you to measure how many visitors have returned to your website within a certain range of time. This critical parameter reveals to you if your website is effective in holding visitors over time to your websites content. Relevant To Rankings? It's an excellent parameter for search engines to check if people are loving your website or not. Visitors who will come back to your website, especially without using google and heading directly to your webs
What Are Shortners URL shortening is a technique on the World Wide Web in which a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) may be made substantially shorter and still direct to the required page. What Can I Do With It? In most cases, we use shortner to track traffic if you don't own the website or if you don't have any of the supported trackers installed on yours. With shortners, you can track your traffic without any pro
Direct Visitors enter your website directly into their browser. Direct traffic has a high value for rankings on google and other search engines. Referral Visitors come to your site via a link on another site. Can be used to improve/validate the value of your existing backlinks. Social Visitors to social networks that are brought to your site. Organic Visitors search your website with your provided keywords and open your website. Can be used to improve your rankings on certain ke
Definition The term “organic traffic” is used for referring to the visitors that land on your website as a result of unpaid (“organic”) search results. Organic traffic is the opposite of paid traffic, which defines the visits generated by paid ads. Visitors who are considered organic find your website after using a search engine like Google or Bing, so they are not “referred” by any other website. Organic traffic is obtained from the site's appearance in the results of a search that users pe
Definition Referral traffic is one of the most influential traffic types. It's massively connected not only to your rankings but to your PageRank and income as well. Referred traffic displays how unique and honorable your content to other websites is. Websites referring to your site will show search engines that your content stands out and possibly has the best value to other people. Therefore your website will rank higher when you have referral traffic to your website, and you won't depend on
HTTP Language Codes
What Are HTTP Language Codes? Every visitor to a website sends his or her HTTP language code that his browser uses in addition to his origin country. The code allows websites to load the language your browser is using or setup to. Browser languages often don't match the country of origin. Should I use it? Google Analytics collects that information as well and uses it for its algorithm. To make our traffic bot look as human as possible, use the following codes in your project settings. W
RSS Feed/Sitemap Our system calls up all links on the provided page every hour. This function is particularly suitable for news pages or pages where new pages are added constantly. Attention All the previous URLs from Your URLs, 1st Click URLs and 2nd Click URLs will be removed If you use a sitemap URL then it should be one file, no sub sitemaps allowed here Use Only Those Layouts Sample Sitemap: Link Sample RSS:[ LInk](https://abcnews.go.com/abcnews/topstori