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What is Page Tagging? A short definition.

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In website analytics, page tagging refers to the practice of adding small snippets of code, known as tags, to the pages of a website in order to track user behavior and gather data about how visitors interact with the site.

This data is then used to improve the website’s performance and optimize its content for search engines.

Page tagging is an important part of modern web analytics, as it allows website owners to gain valuable insights into the behavior of their visitors.

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