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  1. So, to make sure I understand correctly, Michael, the reason my blog stats are higher is because it is counting each and every page someone clicks on as a view and google analytics is counting only once that they have visited my site?

    You should do a camtasia or cam studio video explaining the different areas of google analytics to teach us what each of these things mean, what we should shoot for as a goal, and how we can improve our analytics! 🙂

    Thanks for the answers and the explanation!

    Have a great weekend!


  2. Precisely. What WordPress stats calls visits are what Google Analytics refers to as page visits.

    I am working my way through some blog articles first before doing videos. Am also thinking about setting up a private LinkedIn group for in depth discussions with people really interested in this stuff. What do you think about that?

  3. This article helps to peel award some of the terms under discussion. When confronted with a “new language” it remains cloudy until articles like this shine light on the subject.