Google Analytics Traffic Sources for a Specific Page
It’s very easy to see the traffic sources of a specific page in your Google Analytics account.
To start, log into your Google Analytics account and navigate to Behavior » Site Content. From there you can choose whether to view the traffic sources of all of your website’s pages, the landing pages, or the exit pages.
In this example, we’ll show you how to view the traffic sources of your site’s landing pages, which is important because these are the pages many visitors will land on first when visiting your site.
Next, use Secondary Dimension and search for Source/Medium, which is usually under Acquisition.
Now you’ll see a list of your website’s landing pages, complete with the source of your site’s traffic, which is where visitors were before clicking on your website, and the medium, which is how your visitors arrived at your website.
You now know how to use Google Analytics and find traffic sources for your website.
And that’s it!
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