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What exactly is "bounce rate" on the site info from Alexa?

The direct answer to the Bounce rate concept has been answered before, here. From Google Analytics Help Center: Bounce rate is the percentage of single-page visits or visits in which the person ...
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Send pageview with Analytics.js to a second account

If you are using multiple trackers, then you need to name your trackers (or at least one of the two, but better to name both so there's no ambiguity). Much like the Classic (_gaq) code you've posted, ...
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GA Event or Dimensions?

But this will inflate my pageview count thus i will need to create/edit views and exclude this criteria. The best way to handle this use-case to to submit your event as a non-interactive event in ...
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Does Google Analytics track 404 page responses as valid page views?

So Stephen was right in the comments. If the tracking snippet is installed it tracks. Thinking about it further it makes sense, it executes client side, it'd be hard for it to retroactively look at ...
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Thousands of page views but none are unique

Looks like bot traffic or possibly even a denial of service attack in progress. You might want to block the IP address of the traffic source.
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Avg Page Load time is 0.00 for pageviews > 100 in a week and its higher for p.v. <100 in a week

As you said, by default, a fixed 1% sampling of your site visitors make up the data pool from which the Site Speed metrics are derived. So, the problem is that you don’t get enough traffic on this ...
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Number of unique visitors staying 30 seconds or more + visiting 2 or more pages

You are right that in general you can't "pre-set" filters on metrics. However, once you've segmented or created a custom report with the filters that are available, you can apply metric filters from ...
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Impact of visitors on a 'noindex' page

Nobody will give guarantees when answering your question. My opinion is that yes, pages that are closed from indexing still have an indirect impact on SEO. For example, Google collects data from ...
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GA4 showing far fewer page views (50% or less) than UA

I found the answer in this YouTube video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5E6hZayk1mQ I had activated Settings --> Reporting Identity --> Blended. Because of this, I had a threshold applied. ...
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Impact of visitors on a 'noindex' page

No, your pageviews on a 'noindex' page will not have any specific impact on your SEO efforts if it does not fall into the below cases: Your pageviews do not come as direct traffic. Your 'noindex' ...
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Impact of visitors on a 'noindex' page

Timur pointed to an article SEJ Article with John Mueller of Google. I think it's valuable to read the entire article for context. First, Mueller states "I don’t know for sure how we would do ...
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What is the proper ratio of Hit vs Pageview recorded by GA?

I think 4 possible reasons: 1. Your visitor was disabled the JavaScript. Google analytics use javascript to detect visitor so if your visitor that view your page not enable the JS, it would be count. ...
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What does it mean if you combine "Event Category/Action/Label" with "Pageviews"?

I did some poking around, and judging by the numbers I saw, in your example, 100,000 is the total number of pageviews in sessions in which an event of category cat1 occurred. 200,000 is the total ...
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Can I increment page views as users scroll to sections containing new images in Google Analytics?

you need to write a javascript to send an event to google analytics on viewing of the image. refer https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/single-page-applications
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AWStats: page views by country (locale)

I recommend using Google analytics. You can define custom reports like this: Metrics: Pageviews, any other metric that you are cerious about :P Dimension: Page And then apply. Then add a secondary ...
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virtual page views for external content

You can use other and better methods if you want to more accurately track your bounce rate. I would say, that virtual page view is not a proper way how to do that as it could impact overall pageviews ...
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How can I find views per page for each section of my site via Google Analytics

Check out this article. Using Content Drilldown to Find Single Page Views on Analytics: Open Analytics and go to the Reporting tab on the dashboard. Scroll a little down on the navigation tab on ...
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GA custom dimensions showing up in event data but not pageviews

This seems like a scope issue to me. Your custom dimension is scoped to hit which means it is only associated with the next hit that is sent (the event). Unfortunately if you want it associated with ...
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How to view PageView data within Google Analytics Campaign reports

If you want more than 2 dimensions - i.e. more than campaign, and page as your secondary dimension, you have several options. As a custom report within GA, as a Google studio report, or using the ...
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Do the number of website views influence Domain Authority?

"Domain Authority" is an arbitrary metric that is generated in different ways by different services. So Moz, ahrefs, SEMRush, etc. can all have a different formula for generating their own take Domain ...
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What exactly is "bounce rate" on the site info from Alexa?

I would actually slightly re-define that to "the percentage of single-page visits in which the person left the site without interacting with the page". This is due to the fact that interaction ...
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Google Analytics User ID view not tracking pageviews or events

I found out that each tag has to contain the user ID field.
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Avoid inflated pageviews when iframing your own webpage?

You could add a little JavaScript to check whether the GoogleAnalytics should be activated on that page or not. First, you can detect that the IFrame page is an IFrame with the following: if(window....
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How has my blog been getting pageviews from news.google.com?

There have been instances where Google has detected a blog as a news feed and provides access to it through Google News. When this happens you will see referrer traffic showing up from news.google.com ...
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