Yandex Metrica Certification Answers 2019

In this section you can test your knowledge of web analytics with Yandex Metrica. Upon successful completion of this test, you will be awarded a personalized electronic certificate from Yandex confirming that you are professionally capable of working with the Yandex.metrica service.

The Yandex.metrica test is aimed at specialists in analyzing the marketing results of a website. It contains theoretical questions along with practical tasks that require practical experience with Yandex.metrica tools.

Yandex Metrica Certification Exam Answers

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QUESTIONS

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Which username can remove Yandex.Metrica counters?

  • Usernames with “access to edit” guest access.
  • Usernames that are representatives and counter owner usernames.
  • Usernames with “view only” guest access.
  • Only the counter owner’s username.
  • Any username if “Public access to statistics” is enabled the access settings.

What is a “user” in Yandex.Metrica?

  • People who, in the reporting period, visit a site for the first time since the start of data collection.
  • A Yandex user that goes to a site in the reporting period.
  • A user is one that completes at least one session on a site in the reporting period.

What does “cached page traffic” mean?

  • Traffic made to a website link that is stored locally on a computer.
  • User goes to a site from a browser bookmark.
  • User goes to a site by entering its address into the browser’s address bar.

What does the .reachGoal() method do?

  • Sets a goal conversion as a type of JavaScript-event.
  • Sends information about page views
  • Activates the “Link map” report.
  • Specifies the goal name.

What information on orders is collected in the report “E-commerce – Content of orders”?

  • Only information on orders from Yandex.Market. Information on the content of an order is collected without any additional settings.
  • Only information on orders from Yandex.Market. This requires setting up on the site the transfer of information about the content of an order.
  • Information on all orders from any traffic source. This requires setting up on the site the transfer of information about the content of an order.
  • Information on all orders from any traffic source. Information on the content of an order is collected without any additional settings.

Is it possible to know which version of a browser site users are using?

  • No, in the “Technology – Browsers” report there is only information about browsers and not their version.
  • Yes, in the “Technology – Browsers” report.
  • In the “Technology – Browsers” report there is information on browser versions, except for browsers for mobile devices.

Is it possible to transfer additional information about user sessions to Yandex.Metrica?

  • Yes, it’s possible. The IDs of additional parameters must be determined earlier in the counter settings.
  • Yes, it’s possible with the “Session parameters” option.
  • Yes, it’s possible, but only for online stores with the help of e-commerce settings
  • Yes, though you can only transfer information about whether a user was signed in on a site.
  • No, never.

On a site there are pages with the addresses http://site.com/?order=by_size, http://site.com/?sort=by_price. How can you combine these pages into one single URL (http://site.com) by using actions?

  • Add 2 actions: “Remove parameter – Page URL – “by_size” and “by_price”.
  • Add action: “Remove anchor”.
  • Add 4 actions: “Remove parameter – Page URL – “order”, “sort”, “by_size” and “by_price”.
  • Add 2 actions: “Remove parameter – Page URL – “order” and “sort”.

One Yandex.Metrica counter is installed on the website site.com, on third-level domain shop.site.com and on forum.site.com. A user ends up on site.com from a search engine, and in a minute clicks through to shop.site.com and a minute later clicks through to forum.site.com. What data will Yandex.Metrica show?

  • 1 session, traffic source – internal traffic.
  • 3 sessions, all with the same traffic source – search engine traffic.
  • 3 sessions, each with their own traffic source.
  • 1 session, traffic source – search engine traffic.

What are “new users” in Yandex.Metrica?

  • Unique users who come to a site for the first time since the start of data collection.
  • Users coming to a site for the first time this year
  • Unique users that come to a site in the reporting period.

What can you configure with the “Visit timeout” setting?

  • The duration of a session, after which the session will be considered complete.
  • Sources, which clicking through on will begin a new session, while the old session ends.
  • The number of pages viewed, after which the session is considered complete.
  • The idling time of a user on a site, after which Yandex.Metrica considers the session complete.

In a counter code the following information is entered: try { var yaCounter1111111 = new Ya.Metrika({id:1111111, accurateTrackBounce:5000)}. How will this counter count bounces?

  • A session will be considered a bounce when a users goes to one site page and views it for less than five seconds.
  • A session will be considered a bounce when a users goes to one site page and views it for less than fifteen seconds.
  • A session will be considered a bounce when a users goes to one site page and views it for less than 5000 seconds.

How long does a counter keep information for?

  • For the whole time the site has been functioning, provided that it was advertised on Yandex.
  • Webvisor data is kept for 15 days; other information is stored indefinitely.
  • There are no restrictions on how long information is kept.
  • For last year.

How will information be taken into account after installing one counter on multiple domains?

  • The statistics will take into account only sessions for the domains that you listed in the “Website address” field when registering a counter. Sessions for other domains will not be taken into account if they are not listed as additional domain addresses.
  • The statistics will take into account sessions for all domains.
  • The statistics will take into account only sessions for the domains that you listed in the “Website address” field when registering a counter.

Can I make a site’s traffic statistics public?

  • Yes, you must go into the counter code’s access settings and enable “Public access to statistics”.
  • No, it is not possible to provide public access to a counter’s statistics.
  • Yes, you must go into the informer settings and enable “Public access to statistics”.

Does Webvisor record passwords entered by a site user?

  • Yes, it records all information which a user enters on a site.
  • Webvisor does not record information entered into special password fields.
  • If a page contains special password fields, Webvisor does not record any user actions in them.

After what amount of idle time can a visit be considered complete?

  • It is always exactly 30 minutes.
  • It is exactly 30 minutes if a user did not come to the site via an ad system. Idle time for users that come to a site by an ad system is 60 minutes.
  • By default it is exactly 30 minutes. This can be changed in the counter setings under “Visit timeout in minutes”.

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