The Kind of Hits Google Analytics track on Your Website

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Mar 21, 2018
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An interaction that results in data being sent to Analytics is called a“hit” (or “engagement hit”) and include these types:

  1. Event tracking hits
  2. Pageview hits (or screen tracking in apps)
  3. Social plug-in/interaction hits
  4. E-commerce transaction hits
  5. Ecommerce transaction item hits
  6. User-defined hits (custom variables)


Examples:
  • Scrolling down a page (if you have an event listener for that)
  • E-commerce check-out steps
  • Downloading a PDF
  • Watching a video
  • Tracking interaction with tabs within a page: i.e. “a single content area with multiple panels, each associated with a header in a list
Incase you are wondering what makes up Google Analytic traffic stats, those are the kinds of hits that's considered you scored a traffic point on your website for Google.
 

Azmeri

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There are seven kinds of hits tracked by Google Analytics-

Such as-
1. Pageview Hit
Every time a user views a page on a browser.
2. Screen view Hit
Every time a user views a screen/content within an app. T
3. Event Hit
This hit records interactions on the web page when someone clicks a link, play a video, submits a form, or downloads something on the webpage.
4. Social Interaction Hit
It measures the social interactions made on a specific webpage, such as sharing or liking content using any of the social share buttons on the webpage.
5. E-commerce Hit
It records users’ interactions made on an e-commerce page. For example, when someone places an item from the page in their shopping cart, or when they finalize a purchase.