How Accurately Will Information On Users Be Collected If Only The Informer Code Is Installed On The Page Of A Site?

–How Accurately Will Information On Users Be Collected If Only The Informer Code Is Installed On The Page Of A Site?– –Information will collected correctly.– –The counter will not collect information.– –Yandex.Metrica will collect only general information, but not information on conversions.–

For Which Traffic Source Must You Always Use Tags So That Information Appears In The “Sources – Summary” Report?

–For Which Traffic Source Must You Always Use Tags So That Information Appears In The “Sources – Summary” Report?– –Link traffic.– –Social network traffic.– –Search engine traffic.– –Mailing traffic.–

Does Yandex.Metrica Collect Information About Files Downloaded By Users And Their Click-Throughs To External Sites?

–Does Yandex.Metrica Collect Information About Files Downloaded By Users And Their Click-Throughs To External Sites?– –Yes, it does.– –It does not collect this information.– –Only information on downloaded files.– –Only information on click-throughs to external sites.–

Does Webvisor Record Passwords Entered By A Site User?

–Does Webvisor Record Passwords Entered By A Site User?– –If a page contains special password fields, Webvisor does not record any user actions in them.– –Yes, it records all information which a user enters on a site.– –Webvisor does not record information entered into special password fields.–

Does Data Usage Increase For Site Users When Webvisor Is Enabled?

–Does Data Usage Increase For Site Users When Webvisor Is Enabled?– –No, data usage does not increase.– –Data usage increases significantly because a video is being recorded.– –Data usage increases slightly depending on the page size and the duration of the session.–

Different Yandex.Metrica Counters Are Installed On The Website Site.Com And Third-Level Domain Shop.Site.Com. A User Ends Up On Site.Com From A Search Engine, Then Clicks A Link To Shop.Site.Com. Which Traffic Source For The Session Will Be In The Shop.Site.Com Counter?

–Different Yandex.Metrica Counters Are Installed On The Website Site.Com And Third-Level Domain Shop.Site.Com. A User Ends Up On Site.Com From A Search Engine, Then Clicks A Link To Shop.Site.Com. Which Traffic Source For The Session Will Be In The Shop.Site.Com Counter?– –Referral from site.com.– –Internal traffic.– –Search engine traffic.–

Can I Make A Site’s Traffic Statistics Public?

–Can I Make A Site’s Traffic Statistics Public?– –Yes, you must go into the informer settings and enable “Public access to statistics”.– –Yes, you must go into the counter code’s access settings and enable “Public access to statistics”.– –No, it is not possible to provide public access to a counter’s statistics.–

Can I Exclude From Yandex.Metrica Reports Traffic From A Specific Range Of IP Addresses?

–Can I Exclude From Yandex.Metrica Reports Traffic From A Specific Range Of IP Addresses?– –No, you can only exclude your own traffic.– –Yes, in the “Filters” section in the counter settings.– –No, but you can add up to 25 IP addresses to the blocked list.–

Can I Configure Support For A Desired File Extension For The “File Downloads” Report?

–Can I Configure Support For A Desired File Extension For The “File Downloads” Report?– –Yes, you can use the yaCounterXXXXXX.addFileExtension() method in the counter code.– –No, you cannot if these formats are not in the list of supported file formats.– –Yes, it’s enough to enter the required file formats on the Yandex.Metrica counter editing page.–

A User Views A Site Page And Then Leaves Their Computer For 40 Minutes. The User Does Not Close Their Browser Window In This Time. Upon Returning, The User Continues Browsing. The Yandex.Metrica Counter Records Two Sessions For This User. What Will Be The Traffic Source For The Second Session?

–A User Views A Site Page And Then Leaves Their Computer For 40 Minutes. The User Does Not Close Their Browser Window In This Time. Upon Returning, The User Continues Browsing. The Yandex.Metrica Counter Records Two Sessions For This User. What Will Be The Traffic Source For The Second Session?– –Internal traffic.– –Cached page traffic.– … Read more

A User Comes To Your Site From A Browser Bookmark That Contains The Tag Utm_source=Google. Which Traffic Source Will This Click-Through Be Attributed To?

–A User Comes To Your Site From A Browser Bookmark That Contains The Tag Utm_source=Google. Which Traffic Source Will This Click-Through Be Attributed To?– –Direct traffic.– –Click-throughs by ad.– –Internal traffic.–

A User Comes To A Site Via Yandex’s Search Engine, Then Immediately Closes The Page. After That The User Types The Address Of The Site Into Their Browser And Goes Directly To That Site. What Is The Traffic Source Of This Session?

–A User Comes To A Site Via Yandex’s Search Engine, Then Immediately Closes The Page. After That The User Types The Address Of The Site Into Their Browser And Goes Directly To That Site. What Is The Traffic Source Of This Session?– –Session will be recorded in both traffic source reports.– –Direct traffic.– –Search engine.–

A Goal Has Been Set For Going To The “Contacts” On A Site. At 12:00 A User Comes To The Site, Goes To The Contacts Pages, Adds It To Their Bookmarks, And Then Closes The Site. At 12:05, The User Opens The Site Via Their Bookmarks. How Will Yandex.Metrica Record This Goal Information?

–A Goal Has Been Set For Going To The “Contacts” On A Site. At 12:00 A User Comes To The Site, Goes To The Contacts Pages, Adds It To Their Bookmarks, And Then Closes The Site. At 12:05, The User Opens The Site Via Their Bookmarks. How Will Yandex.Metrica Record This Goal Information?– –1 converted … Read more