Google Analytics Metrics

Goal Conversion Rate

Goal Conversion Rate is a Metric in Google Analytics under the Goal Conversions section

Goal Conversion Rate Definition: The percentage of sessions which resulted in a conversion to at least one of the goals.

How its calculated: ga:goalCompletionsAll / ga:sessions

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