CommunityCategory: Search Engine OptimisationWhat is the difference between sessions tracked in Google Analytics and clicks tracked in Search Console?
62f9b272b3772c279da3cb2c5e9a8a4c?s=48&d=mm&r=gMohammad Athar Staff asked 7 months ago

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?s=48&d=mm&r=gFajal Shah answered 7 months ago
Google Analytics tracks sessions, which are defined as the amount of time a user spends on a particular page. This can be any length of time (from one to thousands of minutes). Google Analytics also reports how long users spend on each page of your site, including the number of pages visited.

On the other hand, Search Console tracks clicks. A click is an action that a user takes when they arrive at your site. For example, if a user clicks on a link to your website, you’ll see a record in Search Console that reflects this click. In addition, there’s no distinction between the length of a session or pageview in Search Console. You can track as many clicks as you want for a particular URL or pageview and Google Analytics will treat them all as one session or pageview.

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