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About Cindy Tucker

A web developer with OIT, Cindy provides support for CAES and UGA Extension web content managers, web quality assurance issues and manages Siteimprove accounts.

Can you define visits vs. page views in web analytics?

QUICK SUMMARY: A visit is made by one individual visitor who arrives at your website and proceeds to browse around. Once a visitor arrives at your website, they will look at about 2.5 pages on average. Each individual page a visitor views is counted as a page view. Repeat views or page reloads are counted in the page view number.

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