To check traffic sources on specific pages:
- Log into Google Analytics.
- Click ‘Behaviour – Overview’.
- Click the page you want to analyze.
- Click the Secondary dimension drop down menu.
- Within the drop down menu, click Acquisition – Source (or medium, depending if you want to see general or specific traffic sources).
Does Google Analytics track every page?
The script that triggers/sends the tracking events to Google Analytics must be loaded once (and only once) on every page of your site. This corresponds to your Google Analytics property. To find the tracking ID and code snippet: Sign in to your Google Analytics account.
How do I create a Google Analytics report for only certain pages?
Create a Custom Report
- Sign in to Google Analytics.
- Navigate to your view.
- Open Reports.
- Click Customization > Custom Reports > +New Custom Report.
- Enter a Title.
- (Optional) Click +add report tab.
- Select a report type: Explorer, Flat Table, Map Overlay, or Funnel.
- Define your dimension and metrics.
How can you monitor traffic sources?
- From the Dashboard window, select Traffic Sources Overview>View Report>Direct Report.
- From the Dashboard side menu, select Traffic Sources>Direct Traffic.
- From the Dashboard side menu, select Traffic Sources>Overview and from the Traffic Sources Overview window select Direct Traffic.
How do I filter multiple pages in Google Analytics?
Firstly, you can navigate to Content > Top Content within Google Analytics and then apply an Advanced Table Filter that only matches those two pages. Once you click ‘Apply Filter’ the Top Content report will only include data for the two bicycle pages.
How do I group pages in Google Analytics?
Create a Content Grouping
- Sign in to your Analytics account.
- Click Admin, and navigate to the view you want.
- In the VIEW column, click Content Grouping.
- Click +New Content Grouping.
- Enter a name for the new grouping.
- Select the methods you want to use (tracking code, extraction, or rules) to create Content Groups.
How do I share Google Analytics reports with others?
As for sharing saved Google Analytics reports, navigate to Customization » Saved Reports, and pick the report you want to share. Then click on the Share option. You’ll see a new screen popup. Now enter the email addresses of the people with whom you want to share the report.
What is pages per session in Google Analytics?
Pages per session: The average number of website pages visited during a session. Having more pages per session typically means that users are interacting with and exploring your site. Average session duration: The average length of time someone stays on your website.
Can I have multiple Google Analytics?
You can install multiple instances of the Analytics tag on your web pages to send data to multiple properties in your account. You can, for example, install multiple instances of the Universal Analytics tag (analytics. js) on your web pages but only one instance of the Classic Analytics code (ga. js).
How many websites can I track with my Google Analytics account?
If you are using Analytics to track a single website, account organization is simple: you will have one account for your website. For setting up Analytics accounts to manage multiple websites, keep in mind the following: Each Analytics account can have up to 100 properties and each property can have up to 25 views.
How do you Analyse website traffic?
10 Important Ways to Look at Your Analytics
- Know Where Your Traffic is Coming From. So you got your website some traffic.
- Value Time on Page.
- Aim for More Pages Per Session.
- Understand Your Audience.
- Create Campaigns.
- Create a Monthly Marketing Report.
- Optimize Your Search Data.
- Know Your Top Pages and Their Traffic Sources.
How is Google Analytics use to monitor traffic?
In this Google Analytics web traffic report, you can see which channels are driving the most traffic to your website. For instance, you can see in both examples that Organic Search has the highest number of visitors. These are the people that come from search engines. You can already see the medium in your GA4 report.