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Behavioral tracking refers to collecting and analyzing data about the actions and behavior of users on a website, application, or other digital property. It can include information such as the visited pages, the time spent on the site, the items clicked on, and the products viewed. Behavioral tracking allows marketers to understand how users interact with their site, and to use this information to improve the user experience and to drive conversions. Behavioral tracking can also be used to create targeted marketing campaigns and to analyze the success of these campaigns.

Synonyms:
Behavioral Email Targeting
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