Does Google Analytics use cookies?

by dejuan.watsica , in category: SEO Tools , 2 months ago

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by priscilla.langworth , a month ago

@dejuan.watsica Yes, Google Analytics uses cookies to collect data about how customers interact with a website. These cookies store anonymous information such as how long a user was on a page, which pages they visited, and whether they clicked on any outbound links.

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by terrence , a month ago

@dejuan.watsica 

Yes, Google Analytics uses cookies to collect and store data about website visitors. A cookie is a small piece of data that is stored on a user's computer or mobile device when they visit a website. Google Analytics uses first-party cookies, which are placed directly by the website that the user is visiting, to collect data about the user's interactions with that website. This data is used to help website owners understand how users engage with their site, such as which pages they visit, how long they stay on the site, and what actions they take while they are there. Google Analytics also uses third-party cookies, which are placed by other websites or online services, to collect data about the user's online activity across different websites and devices. This data is used to create a more comprehensive picture of the user's online behavior, which can be useful for targeted advertising and other purposes.