An organic new user is a website visitor who is visiting your website for the first time through search results and is initiating a new session. They could come from unpaid search results on search engines such as Google, Yahoo, or Bing. Organic new users are a critical measure of brand awareness and new business opportunities. It is a tell-tale sign that your business can grow revenue through your website’s organic ranking in a SERP (Search Engine Results Page).
A new user, on the other hand, could also be someone who visited your website by clicking on a paid advertisement, co-marketing effort, links in referral websites, social media, or even email newsletters. Basically, their traffic originates from efforts that are not organic in nature.
Google Analytics offers a straightforward way to observe your website traffic by sources and user segments. To analyze organic new users, follow these steps:
To analyze organic new users in Google Analytics 4, follow these steps:
Thus we know Google Analytics straightforwardly doesn’t allow you to view the organic new user in a simple way, it requires multiple clicks, and analyzing them takes time, so it is always better to visualize metrics in tools like Dataflo which aggregates and presents the data in a single place without switching between different screens.
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