What are Google Analytics cookies?

Google Analytics cookies are cookies placed on a user’s device when they visit a website that uses Google Analytics to track user behavior. These cookies are small pieces of data that collect information about the user’s browsing behavior, such as the pages they visit, the time they spend on the site, and the actions they take.

The information collected by these cookies is then sent back to Google’s servers for analysis. This allows website owners to see how users interact with their site and make improvements based on this data. They can also be used to track user behavior across different devices and sessions.

Overall, Google Analytics cookies help website owners understand their users better and optimize the user experience on their site.

Use our cookie database to see the list of Google Analytics cookies.