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If you're running a website, you would want to know who visits your website. This is where Web Analytics (also known as Web Analysis or Audience Analytics in Jitt) comes into place.
You can gather useful information about your audience to see how well your website performs and what kind of content your visitors are viewing while visiting your website.
GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation and was passed by the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission.
This is a new law that helps protect the privacy of EU (European Union) based visitors. Websites that have EU-based visitors must comply with this regulation otherwise they may be subject to a fine. The amount varies and is assigned as per the European Union.
To learn more about GDPR, please visit their official website here (English, but may be available in other language on the destination website).
To use your website on Jitt, you need to allocate a profile that would contain all the data, settings and website parameters into one single profile. Pricing is based on Website Profile bundles and on how many page views you would like to track per month.
Each profile has their monthly quota and do not share any allowance. To learn more we highly suggest you visit our Pricing page.
Jitt believes in web privacy. This is why we offer two types of tracking that allow you to analyze your audience depending on your choice.
Normal Tracking or Advanced is a more advanced tracking methods. By choosing this method, you can use Heatmaps and Session Replays on your website. It enables all the platform features that you can count on. Therefore, you need to show a consent cookie banner due that Jitt uses a cookie for some feature.
If you are unsure about which one to choose then you can follow this link to understand what might be your best choice. Both methods are available for every account, including the free plan!
Track how many time your audience visit a specific page on your website. Allows you to understand what page brings the most traffic and visitors to your website.
Evaluate the average time spent on your website to understand your retention rate. Add analytics filters to retrieve more detailed data about your audience.
Analyze and know from where your visitors are coming. This data can help you focus on markets that matter for your business.
See what devices your audience uses to browse your content and see their screen resolution to improve the overall user experience with a responsive layout and other design optimization.
UTM tag in your URLs? You can now track their efficiency simply and looking at how your campaigns are doing well.
Get data within seconds with our real-time feature that allows you to see insights and data immediately.
We can collect which language your audience speaks. We based this information on the web browser language. Helping you acquire more customers by you knowing which language your customers speak.
Gathering data and insights on your user's experience became much easier than you think.
You can now see how many sessions a particular user/visitor has made on your website. Starting from their first visit to the latest one, helping you know the return rate of a user/visitor.
Take a look at only the data that matter the most. Segmentize data by adding a filter with specific rules to have a clear way to see what you want and need.
Get updated about metrics and insights and receive the latest analytics data report every week about your website(s) and a reminder straight in your inbox.
Pageviews and Conversions Tracking is designed for easy and advanced usages, allowing you to track more than you think on your platform.
Learn where your customers exit your website and where they landed (incoming).
Understand which website has referred your visitors (e.g. Social Media or Search Engine). This data can help you invest in an advertising network that brings you the most valuable traffic.
Increase compatibility rate with your website to offer a higher user experience by understanding what technology stack your audience is using.
Identify which web browser your visitors are using, such as Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or other web browsers.