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    As explained by Google about Traffic source dimensions: Every referral to a web site has an origin, or source. Possible sources include: “google” (the name of a search engine), “facebook” (the name of a referring site), “spring_newsletter” (the name of one of your newsletters), and “direct” (users that typed your URL directly into their browser, or who had bookmarked your site).

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    Facebook referral traffic are the visits that comes the facebook app or facebook web.

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    By default, Google Analytics sees people coming to your website from Facebook as a referral, which is an inbound link from another website. This is the case for people finding your content on the Facebook app and the Facebook website.

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    Visitors that come to your website from sites other than the major search engines are considered referral traffic. When someone clicks a link on a website or social network and is then taken to another site, tracking software, such as Google Analytics or HubSpot, counts that visitor as referral traffic.

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    The most effective way to block your spam referral traffic is through a . htaccess (hypertext access) file. This configuration file is used to control your server. It can be instructed to block spammy visits by domain or IP address.

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    It means traffic that came to a website from Facebook.

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    Facebook referral traffic is the visits that come from Facebook.

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    By default, Google Analytics sees people coming to your website from Facebook as a referral, which is an inbound link from another website. This is the case for people finding your content on the Facebook app and the Facebook website.

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    With Web traffic, a "referral" is like a recommendation from one website to another. Google Analytics helps you view these referrals, which then add to your understanding of how customers find your website and what they do once they get there. Referral traffic can be a strong indicator of which external sources are most valuable in helping your business achieve its goals, proving once and for all, for example, whether your Facebook page really does add value

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    Visitors that come to your website from sites other than the major search engines are considered referral traffic. When someone clicks a link on a website or social network and is then taken to another site, tracking software, such as Google Analytics or HubSpot, counts that visitor as referral traffic.

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