Doubt about something within Site Search
I hope you are well.
I've got a doubt and wondered if anyone can help me with it, please?
I want to know if Results page views/ Search in Behaviours >Site Search is the amount of Results pages seen when performing a search or the individual pages clicked after performing a search please?
Example: I land on a page where I use a search tool and search for 'apples'. the site returns 4 pages of results about different type of apples (each page containing 10 individual pages). Is Results page views/ Search giving me the amount of results pages I've seen (first/previous page 1>2>... next/last page) or the amount of pages I've clicked on (like Gala and Braeburn)?
The name 'Results page views' within GA is confusing me since it seems like a mixture between two types of pages involved in the Search process: Search Results Page - Results page that is returned on a search engine query Results Pageview - The page viewed after a click on a results page.
GA explains the Results page views/ Search calculation as "Average number of times visitors viewed a search results page after performing a search" but on their support page it says".
If anyone can throw some light on this it would be really appreciated. Thanks very much, A.
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