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An expert SEO team uses Google Analytics data to monitor page performance and to see why site pages are struggling. A website’s performance can be improved through improvements in usability and quality of content and images, mainly through the use of  SEO services. The following tips will help you build an effective SEO strategy:

Understand the Google Analytics Report.

The Google Analytics report is one of the main indicators of your website’s performance. This report helps you see your site’s performance on a macro level. It provides detailed information on each page on your site, including the number of people viewing and the number of page views. In this article, we will analyze the performance of the Google Analytics report for our blog and see how it measures our site’s performance.

The results will show how the number of pages viewed and page views changes day by day, week by week, and month by month.

Before we begin to analyze our website’s performance, let’s first understand the differences between Google Analytics reports and what you should expect from them.

What are Google Analytics Reports?

Google Analytics is an application that provides you with insights into your website’s performance. As we have mentioned before, Google Analytics reports will show you information that is useful for you and your business. To understand what Google Analytics reports are, let’s take a look at what is the purpose of each of them and the basic components they provide.


Audience reports have the simplest purpose. It allows you to monitor all the users (not just users of your web page) on your website. It is also useful if you are measuring the performance of your marketing campaigns (how many visitors are coming to your website during a certain period of time). In other words, you can measure the visitors’ interest in your website. There are two ways of measuring your visitors. You can use Google Analytics tracking code and use a web page as the target. Or you can use a tool to monitor the website’s visits in real-time.

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