Content - Clusters


Using clusters, you can classify your website content into logical units. You can group pages in a cluster and analyze them in one piece. Apply clusters for example to:


  • group products (all products belonging to a given category)
  • group language versions, if your website is multilingual
  • group pages of different branches
  • group news or blog articles


To analyze clusters, they must be configured via the Cluster settings. Clusters can also be created during the installation of the Snoobi tag. In that case, the cluster is defined in the source code of the page.
Note: Be careful with configuring a large number of Clusters. SInce clusters are dynamically allocated and work on all history, adding a large number of clusters can slow down Snoobi considerably. Contact Snoobi Support if you require more information


Show details


In the Web Analytics menu, select Content and click Clusters. The data are displayed as a table or chart, depending on the last selection made (see panels).


What is shown


The panel displays information about the selected time range. See Metrics for an explanation of the data analysis.




Click on a cluster name to see more information on the following tab pages:

  •  Overview shows the analysis data of the clicked cluster in the form of a line or bar chart.
  •  Direct entries shows the analysis data per entry method in tabular or graphical form.
  •  Pages shows which pages belong to this cluster.
  •  URLs shows which URLs belong to this cluster.