Referral / Referrer

Referrals in Web Analytics are sites that “referred” people to your site via link. Referrers reports provides you with information where does your visitors come from, what are your traffic sources.

We can divide referrers into 4 groups:

  • Direct entry – all visits created by direct visit, or when info about real referrer is missed because any reason
  • Websites – referrals from others websites
  • Campaigns – referrals from others websites but with tagging parameters
  • Search Engine – entries from Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo etc.

More about Referrers on Piwik PRO Blog:

How to Read and Fully Understand Your Referrers Reports in Piwik PRO Analytics?

6 Things You Must Know When Reading Referrers Report Data

More about Referrals on Piwik PRO Help Center:

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