As long as possible
As long as a runtime formula says
Amount of variations
The top level domain, on which the test runs
The expected uplift
The current bounce rate
Interviews with users
Collect to adobe
Call to action
Click to activate
Central trigger application
Fast loading time
As long as the interacts with the page
As long as the user needs to do a reservation
There is no difference.
It depends on the tool you use because definitions are different.
A page view describes how often a page is loaded, while an ad impression describes how often an ad is loaded.
In Web Analytics, it is the goal to collect as much data as you can.
Micro goals are more important than macro goals
Macro goals are more important than micro goals
Goals need to be defined in order to know what to measure
In some tools, some segments are pre-defined
Segments always have the same size
Segments contain visits which share the same visit experience
In Adobe Analytics, every user can define segments
When a users enters a landing page, a video starts automatically, the user watches it and leaves the page
When a users visits a website, sees some pages and exits the website
When a users does a reservation and leaves the page on the bookingconfirmation page
When the user comes to a site, doesn´t like it and leaves the site immediately