How does Google Analytics send data back to Google?
When a user visits a website or uses an app with the Google Analytics tracking code, the code collects data about the user's interaction with the website or app, such as the pages they visit, the products they view, and the actions they take, and sends that data to Google Analytics.
The tracking code sends the data back to Google Analytics servers using several methods, including:
Once the data is sent to Google Analytics, it is processed and stored on Google's servers. The data is then available to website or app owners in the form of reports and dashboards, which they can use to analyze user behavior, optimize their website or app, and make informed business decisions.