To make our user self-sufficient, we decided to teach them how analytics works. We told them about the basics such as Real time usage, overviews, location, and traffic sources.

We also showed them how we track our audience and active users from a rate of 1 to 30 days; the demographics which included something as specific as age and gender, language and location as well as

their behavior such as new visitors and returning visitors, their bounce rate, frequency, recency, and engagement. We also helped them track the device through which the users operate.

We showcased the importance of Keywords used in channeling the SEO, which could help the user while formulating any article on their personalized WordPress website that we provided them with.

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