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Google Analytics keeps track of website visitors as users, and it uses the Client ID stored in the browser cookie to determine it. Google Analytics stores _ga cookie in the user's browser and the browser sends cookie data to a web server every time it makes a request. To view your Google Analytics (GA) cookie for a specific site, you may use developer tools available on your browser to view them. For example, on Google Chrome you may click the F12 key -> Applications Tab -> Cookies to view them. An example of "_ga" cookie looks like below:

Bounce rate is a metric used to measure the percentage of visitors leaving your website after only 1-page view and nothing on the website. If a visitor lands on a web page and bounces back with no additional engagement after viewing the landing page, you have a bounce rate of 100% for that visit. By improving the quality of your website, you can lower your bounce rate and increase pages per session.