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What is the difference between Visits, Visitors and Pageviews

Ar per my understanding about the Google Analytics, the following terms Visits, Visitors and Pageviews are explained in this article.

What is the difference between Visits, Visitors and Pageviews

Visits = It is total number of unique sessions(30 min per session) initiated by your visitors.
Visitors = The number of unique users that visit your site on a daily basis. Any sessions from the same user on the same day will be aggregated into a single visitor, but may represent two or more separate visits. If a user is browsing your complete website or all pages of your website then the report will show only 1 visitor for that day.

Pageviews = Total no of page view for a particular URL. If a visitor hits reload after reaching the page, this will be counted as an additional pageview, in this case you will see Pageview=2 for that URL. If a user navigates to a different page and then returns to the original page, a second pageview will be recorded as well and total pageviews will be 3.

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