Entry Pages – The page on which a visitor enters your web site. See Landing Page.
Exit Link – Any link that takes a visitor away from your site.
Exit Pages – The page that contains the exit link. See Exit Link.
Exit Point – The page on which a visitor leaves your site.
Landing Page – Page on which a visitor enters the web site. From a campaign or conversion perspective, it is the page on your site that is accessed after clicking an external link.
Most Popular Pages – Pages that are being visited the most on your web site or site section.
Next Page – Where your visitors go within your site after leaving any given page on your site. For example if you want to find where your visitors go after your home page, this report will show you the top five pages your visitors go to after leaving your home page.
Page Summary – Report that collects and organizes page-specific information about a single page and presents it in a single report.
Page View – A request for a full-page document (rather than an element of a page such as an image, movie, or audio file) on a website; hits are not a useful comparison between websites or parts of the same website, since each webpage is made up of an arbitrary number of individual.
Previous Page – The web page on your website/site section where visitors to each page come from. For example if you have a features page, this will show you the top five pages your visitors came from to get to your features page.
Referrer – A domain or URL used outside of your defined domain to access your site. For example, if a visitor clicks a link from Site A and arrives at your site, Site A is the referrer if it is not defined as part of your domain.
Referring Domain – The domain your visitors came from before they were on your site.
Single-page Visit – The pages of your web site that visitors enter and exit without taking steps to view any other pages on your web site.
Site Sections Summary – Report that collects and organizes page-specific information about a single page and presents it in a single report.
Site Traffic – Metrics that report the number of visitors to your web site based on daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly time frames.
Spiders – An automated program that “crawls” the web, generally for the purpose of indexing web pages for use by search engines. Since most web pages contain links to other pages, a spider can start almost anywhere. Large search engines have many spiders working at the same time.
Time Spent on Page – The amount of time visitors spent on a certain page of the web site.