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What is referral traffic?
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What is referral traffic?
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Referral traffic is the method of Google visits reports that came to your site from sources located outside of its search engine. When someone clicks on a hyperlink to go to a new page on another website, Google Analytics tracks the click as a reference visit the second site.

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Referral traffic is Google’s method of reporting visits that came to your site from sources outside of its search engine.
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Referral traffic is any traffic that comes from somewhere other than a major search engine. When someone clicks your link from a social media website, email, or another website, tracking software like Google Analytics will count that as referral traffic
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Referral traffic is one of the channels of traffic that appears on Google Analytics. It typically refers to users who clicked on 3rd party links not inclusive of social media or Google search and came to your website.
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Hi Friends,

Referral traffic describes the people who come to your domain from other sites, without searching for you on Google. When someone visits a link from a social network or website and they end up on another site, tracking systems from Google recognize the visitor as a referral.
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Referral traffic is Google's method of reporting visits that came to your site from sources outside of its search engine. When someone clicks on a hyperlink to go to a new page on a different website, Analytics tracks the click as a referral visit to the second site.
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Referral traffic is Google's strategy for revealing visits that went to your site from sources outside of its internet searcher. At the point when somebody taps on a hyperlink to go to another page on an alternate site, Analytics tracks the snap as a referral visit to the subsequent site.
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At its most basic level, referral traffic is any traffic that comes from somewhere other than a major search engine.

When someone clicks your link from a social media website, email, or another website, tracking software like Google Analytics will count that as referral traffic. The website that the traffic comes from is called the referrer.
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Traffic references are the way Google tracks visits from sites outside the search engine that come to your site. Analytics detects this click as a guide to a new page in another site when someone clicks a hyperlink to go to a new page on another website.

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