Dashboard and Analytics

What do these terms mean in my dashboard and how are they different?

There are 4 metrics that makeup the comprehensive view of data for your site on the DoctorLogic Dashboard. The Visitors are the raw number of visitors to the site. The amount of Sessions are the number of the times the group of visitors came to the site and started a fresh interaction. Page Views is the raw number of pages viewed by the Visitors within the date parameters. Conversions are the number of times a visitor filled out a contact form or called the office from the site.

What are the industry averages for these metrics?

Industry standards for visitors, sessions, and page views vary. The industry standard for conversions remains at 3 to 5%.

Why is my local search conversion rate much higher than the sessions?

This happens when people find your local listing organically on Google and directly call your practice without actually going to the site. This creates a conversion but does not form a visitor or session to the site.

Can I have access to my Google Analytics account?

We can grant "read and analyze" access to your analytics account. To request, email [email protected].
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What do these terms mean in my dashboard and how are they different?
What are the industry averages for these metrics?
Why is my local search conversion rate much higher than the sessions?
Can I have access to my Google Analytics account?