The session according to definition Phone Number Database A In the diagram above you see one color. This means that definition A assigns all interactions to one session. This is different from definition B, as can be seen in the Phone Number Database diagram below. There, the last two interactions are assigned to a new session. The session according to definition B. The session according to definition B In this example, I would argue Phone Number Database like this: The user wants to purchase an insurance policy and draws their attention to the website to purchase it. As soon as he enters the website, his attention starts and with it his session.
Searching in Google can be Phone Number Database compared to using the search function of the website in question. He still pays attention to the process of taking out the insurance. This should not result in a new session. In the above Phone Number Database scenario, the definition A is correct. Definition B assigns the conversion to the organic search result, while in fact it functions no differently from a search function on the website. But that Phone Number Database definition A is right in this case is more luck than wisdom. We will see that in the next scenario.
Also read: Why your Phone Number Database conclusions from A B testing are probably wrong Scenario 2 A user is hungry and unsure whether to cook or order. He searches Google for “Order food” and clicks on the first search result, a Phone Number Database search ad. After checking what he wants to eat, he thinks the delivery charges are too expensive and leaves the website. He then goes to a news site and within 30 minutes sees an Phone Number Database advertisement with the message “Order now with free shipping. The user clicks on it and then places the order. The next two charts show the different definitions.