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A very simple guide on analysing your google analytics.

– Login to your Google Analytics account and select the website you want to analyze.

– Choose the date range you want to analyze. You can select predefined ranges like “Last 7 Days” or “Last Month,” or you can set a custom range by clicking the calendar icon and selecting the start and end dates.

– Select the metric you want to analyze. This could be something like pageviews, sessions, or users. You can find a full list of available metrics by clicking on the “Primary Dimension” dropdown menu.

– Look at the metric over time by clicking on the “Line” icon in the top right corner. This will show you how the metric has changed over the selected date range.

– Drill down into the data by clicking on the “Explorer” icon in the top right corner. This will allow you to see the metric broken down by different dimensions, such as traffic source or device type.
Use the “Secondary Dimension” dropdown to add additional context to the data. For example, you could add the “Country” dimension to see how your website is performing in different countries.

– Use the “Filter” button to narrow down the data to specific segments. For example, you could filter the data to only show traffic from a specific source or from a specific device type.
Use the “Compare” button to compare different segments of data side-by-side. For example, you could compare traffic from different sources or traffic from different devices.

– Use the “Annotations” feature to add notes to the graph to help you remember why certain changes occurred. For example, if you launched a new marketing campaign on a specific date, you could add an annotation to remind you of that event.
Use the “Export” button to download the data or create a custom report that you can share with others.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions.

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