(A) Browser users use to access your site
(B) Unique visitors to your site
(C) Time users spend on your site
(D) Number of pages viewed per visit
In analytics programmes, Metric is defined as a quantifiable measure. This Metric is a measurement that you can count. Among these options you can count unique visitors to your site, time users spend on your site, and the number of pages viewed per visit.
However, Browser users use to access your site is not a metric because the answer here is not a number but a text like Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc. Browser users use to access your site is called a Dimension.
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