A user in Google Analytics is a visitor who has started a session on your website;
as soon as someone lands on any page of your website,
they are classified as either a new or returning user.
Based on visitors' browser cookies, Google Analytics distinguishes
between new and returning users.
What does Google Analytics event count mean?
You can track individual user interactions on a website or app using events.
You can use events to track interactions like page loading, link clicks,
and purchase completions.
What do page views in Google Analytics mean?
A view of a page on your website that the Analytics tracking code
is monitoring is referred to as a pageview. After arriving at the page,
a user's click to reload the page adds another pageview to the total.
If a user accesses one page, moves to another,
and then returns to the first page, this counts as a second pageview.
What do screen class and page title mean?
Resulting image for the screen class and page title.
Your data will be organized into sections based
on the page title and screen class when you first access the report.
This indicates that you are viewing every page on your website,
arranged according to the title of each page and the screen name
provided by the developer.
In essence, from 29 May 2022, until today, we rebuilt our blog.
We started fresh after deleting the previous pages.
1,206 users visited our website, according to the information I have gathered.
The majority are from Singapore, followed by the US, Malaysia,
Indonesia, Australia, India, and Germany.
I deduced from the second image that 1,206 users had visited
our page 2,845 times continuously over the course of the previous 7 months,
and that they had click the links or downloaded file(s)
we had attached to our blog 8,945 times.