What is the difference between Unique Visitors and Non-Unique Visits on website analytics?
We’ve recently had some clients asking us what certain terminology means on various website analytic tools. So, we thought we’d demystify some of it for you.
Here’s some key words
Before we get started, here are a few key words explained to help you understand what we are talking about.
- Event: The user interaction with and/or activity within a webpage.
- View: The user visiting a webpage.
- Unique Visitor: The number of visitors who have visited your webpage within a specific time period (not how often they have visited).
- Non-Unique Visit: How a user has interacted with a webpage within a specific time period.
So, what is the difference between unique and non-unique?
If you visit our website 10 times in a day, it is recorded as one unique visitor and 10 visits. So unique visitors is the number of people who have visited the site, and the non-unique visits is the number of times they have visited and how they have interacted.
Even if you refresh a page 10 times, it is still counted as 10 visits and one unique visitor.
Still looking for further information?
We hope this article helped you understand the difference between unique and non-unique tracking.
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