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The Pages chart refers to how visitors interact with different pages on a website. It provides easy-to-understand metrics to help improve a website's performance. Here’s a breakdown of the chart's components:


This column lists the specific pages of your website that visitors have accessed. It shows the paths users are taking through your site, which can reveal popular content or pages that might need more attention.


The number next to each page shows how many unique visitors have been on that specific page. This helps you understand which parts of your website are attracting the most interest.


This is the total number of times that the page has been viewed. If this number is significantly higher than the visitors' count, it means people are returning to that page multiple times.


This tells you how many visitors started their session on your website from this page. A high number here could indicate that the page is ranking well in search engines or is a popular landing spot from ads or social media.


This is the count of how many visitors left your website from this particular page. If this number is high, it might be a sign that visitors didn’t find what they were looking for or there was no clear call to action to keep them engaged.


Click on the heatmap icon to see a visual representation of where users are clicking on that page. This shows you what's working well or what might be confusing to users.

Ask Squid AI::

By clicking the "Ask Squid AI" button, you can have Squid's AI analyze and interpret your chart data. It provides context, highlighting what's performing well, what needs improvement, and offers practical suggestions for enhancing your website's effectiveness. This chart provides a clear, visual way to monitor the health of your website. By understanding which pages draw in visitors, which are most engaging, and where potential customers are dropping off, you can make informed decisions to improve your site's content, design, and navigation. This leads to a better user experience, potentially more conversions, and ultimately, business growth.

Updated on: 09/02/2024

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