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Web Analytics is a
process of monitoring and reporting variety of data which includes web traffic,
web based transactions, usability studies, user submitted information along
with other related sources  to comprehend
the complex interactions between web visitor actions and what website offers ,as
well as leverage that insight for increased customer loyalty and sales.

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            It is a mechanism which
stores the output of an action in a file.so when the request comes in the web
server can respond immediately to the visitor without going back to the server
which helps the visitor to get the results are instantaneous by inserting
cookies into the visitors web browser during his first visit to the website.

Unique visitor

 In Web analytics Unique visitor is referred to
a person who visits a site at least once within the reporting period. Each
visitor to the site is only counted once during the reporting period, so if the
same IP address accesses the site many times, it still only counts as one
visitor. Special measures are taken by analytical programs to filter out visits
that are not human, such as visits from spiders, crawlers and other bots. A
Unique Visitor is also called as Unique user.

A reporting period may
be a few days or several months, so the number of unique visitors will vary
depending on the period used. A common period is a month, with unique visitors
(or unique visits) per month being a popular metric for setting goals, pricing
ads and other important activities. The measurement of unique visits is not
perfect, as a single user could visit a site from three different IP addresses
and count as three visitors. Also, many different users accessing the same
machine would be counted as one (as happens with computers in public
libraries).

Unique visitor
identifiers are stored in a browser cookie. Clears their cache at any time

Opens a private
browsing session (such as Chrome’s Incognito tab)

If a visitor to your
site performs any of these actions, it is considered the same unique visitor,
as long as the cookie identifier is preserved:

Closes their browser
for an extended period

Upgrades their browser
to the latest version