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Loyalty
  Sessions Hits % Bytes % Pages Visitors
1 1
79,786    74.9%
222.4MB    69.3%
5,237 2,622
2 2-4
21,503    20.2%
72.3MB    22.5%
1,978 464
3 5-9
3,305    3.10%
11.7MB    3.64%
376 138
4 10-24
1,384    1.30%
8.3MB    2.57%
448 42
5 25-49
112    <1%
1.3MB    <1%
108 3
6 50-99
431    <1%
4.9MB    1.53%
431 5
7 100+
0    0%
0    0%
0 0
  Average
15,217    14.3%
45.8MB    14.3%
1,225 467
7 Totals
106,521    100%
320.8MB    100%
8,578 3,274
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Help Card: Loyalty
Report Overview This report illustrates site loyalty via a measure of session numbers. Use this information to see how loyal your site visitors are, and to assess whether or not your site content makes visitors want to return. Low loyalty values generally indicate a lack of appropriate site content. Some web sites, however, are designed to be viewed once only, and hence, this report should be assessed in the context of your site's expectations.

Graph Description Vertical axis: Sessions.
The range of sessions undertaken by site visitors.

Horizontal axis: Visitors (default sorting).
Changing the sorting options in Settings > Statistics will alter the horizontal axis to the new sort method. This report can be sorted/graphed by hits, bytes, pages or visitors.

Red lines (if present):
HTTP errors (Page not found, server error, etc)

Table Description Sessions:
The range of sessions undertaken by site visitors.

Hits (%):
Number of hits to the site by visitors who undertook the corresponding number of sessions. (Percentage as a proportion of hits from all session ranges.)

Bytes (%):
Raw bytes transferred as a result of hits to the site by visitors who undertook the corresponding number of sessions. (Percentage as a proportion of bytes transferred by hits from all session ranges.)

Pages:
Number of pages viewed by visitors who undertook the corresponding number of sessions.

Visitors:
Number of site visitors who undertook the corresponding number of sessions.
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