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What does it all mean?
Visits    -   This   is   the   one   piece   of   information that    you    really    want    to    know.    A    visit    is    one individual   visitor   who   arrives   at   the   web   site   and proceeds   to   browse.   A   visit   counts   all   visitors,   no matter    how    many    times    the    same    visitor    may have been to the site.
Pages    -   This   is   also   called   Impression.      Once   a visitor   arrives   at   the   website,   they   will   search around    on    a    few    more    pages.    On    average,    a visitor    will    look    at    about    2.5    pages.    Each individual   page   a   visitor   views   is   tracked   as   a page  
Hits - The real Black Sheep in the family. The average person thinks that a hit means a visit but it is very different  A Hit actually refers to the number of files downloaded on the site, this could include photos, graphics, etc. Picture the average web page, it has photos (each photo is a file and hence a hit) and lots of buttons (each button is a file and hence a hit). On average, each page will include 15 hits. Hits are sometimes wrongly quoted to show how successful a site is
Visits    -   This   is   the   one   piece   of   information that    you    really    want    to    know.    A    visit    is    one individual   visitor   who   arrives   at   the   web   site   and proceeds   to   browse.   A   visit   counts   all   visitors,   no matter    how    many    times    the    same    visitor    may have been to the site.