Destination (or page-based) goals can be configured to include additional pages leading to a A conversion is reported whenever a user completes a goal or makes a purchase during a session. Each goal will report a maximum of one conversion per session, while every transaction is reported. See also goal completion and ecommerce transaction.... Always-R Glossary (funnel steps). If somebody views at least one of the funnel steps without converting, they will be considered as abandoning the Goals are used to track desired actions on your website. For example, subscribing to your email newsletter, submitting an inquiry or registering as a member. Goals can be configured inside Google Analytics and can be based on people traveling to a particular page (or pages), triggering an event, sessions of a certain duration or viewing a certain number of pages.... Always-R Glossary and be included in the goal abandonment One of two types of data that Google Analytics collects, a metric is typically a number, like a count or a percentage. Metrics are typically presented as columns of data within your reports. Examples of metrics include pageviews, which tells you the total number of pages that were viewed and users which tell you how many people viewed your website. See also dimension.... Always-R Glossary.