Each color represents a session. Interaction Phone Number Database scheme according to definition A. Scheme according to definition A. In the diagram above you see one color. This means that definition A assigns all interactions to one session. This is different from definition B, as can be seen in the diagram below. There, the last Phone Number Database two interactions are assigned to a new session. Interaction scheme according to definition B. Scheme according to definition B. In this example I would reason as follows: the user is Phone Number Database orienting himself on the website. As soon as he gets to the website, his attention to that process and thus the session begins. During this session he can decide to order something, then he is still in the same moment of attention.
But the user decides to stop and Phone Number Database starts reading the news. This stops his attention and thus his session. He is then tempted on the news site to order food after all. This creates a new moment of attention for the Phone Number Database website and therefore a new session. In this scenario you see that definition Phone Number Database A does not have the correct definition. In this case, the banner ensures that the user returns to the website again. This wouldn't have happened without this banner. This should result in a new session. Definition B is preferred in this scenario.
The shortcomings of both Phone Number Database definitions Both definitions have obvious shortcomings. These shortcomings stem from assumptions we make to determine whether someone actually stops their session or not. Technically it is not possible to measure this. If you don't take into account the fact that you Phone Number Database can entice people to give attention again through remarketing or other Phone Number Database channels (definition A), you are undervaluing your remarketing channels. Especially when it is important to seduce people at very short notice (within 30 minutes), such as when ordering food.