Every month when I go to check how my blog is doing, I continually get confused with what each item on the Google Analytics means. For most blogs, it is crucial to focus on these numbers in Google Analytics because they truly tell you how your blog is progressing, if your readers continue to return to your blog,  and so much more. I recently began using it about a year ago and it has completely changed my life. Here is a look at when I first began focusing on my blog and how to interpret Google Analytics. Google Analytics is a great way to learn more about what my readers like to see and things they do not. When I change things up, I can see if they reacted in a good way or if it was a bad move and that I should rethink.  Interpret Google Analytics Sessions– This is the number of visits you have to your website. From the moment a user clicks to your site until they leave that is one session Users– This is your number of unique visitors, which includes new and returning users. If you want to see a breakdown of the number of new and returning visitors, you need to go to the left sidebar: Click “Audience”  Click “Behavior” Click “New vs Returning” Pageviews- This is the number of clicks…

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