A purchase or request Latest Mailing Database represents value for your organization. Long sessions usually represent no value. No transaction takes place and you cannot sell your visitors anything yet. Still, it sometimes makes sense to measure Latest Mailing Database long sessions as conversion. For example, a long session can be an indication that your visitor is orientating. This visitor is, as it were, still 'on the way' to a purchase. We call the 'hard' conversions such as purchases or requests also macro conversions. Softer conversions such as session Latest Mailing Database duration and videos viewed are called micro conversions.
Micro conversions don't represent Latest Mailing Database value yet, but give you a rough indication of how many people are orienting on your website. For example, you can add visitors with a micro conversion to a remarketing list. Can I also Latest Mailing Database keep track of other minute markers? Do you want to keep track of other durations? For example 15 minutes, or 60 minutes? This can be adjusted in the tag 'Script – Session Duration'. On line 15, enter a comma-separated list of minutes that you want to register in GA4: Adjust GA4 event session Latest Mailing Database duration GA4 Adjust session duration events in the script.
You are allowed to track a total of 500 events with Latest Mailing Database different names in GA4. Every minute marker you add to this Latest Mailing Database creates a new event and is therefore deducted from your credit. You can go wild, but I wouldn't fill in 100. How precise is this data? The solution from this article tracks the session duration with an accuracy of 1 second. In Universal Analytics, session duration is calculated based on Latest Mailing Database page views. The data in Universal Analytics is therefore less precise.