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Best Answer Jason Dexter , 10 July 2014 - 14:59

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#1 Frankchester

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Posted 10 July 2014 - 14:56

Is there any way I can squeeze more our of GA in terms of individual posts?

 

I tend to post every 3-7 days and am getting decent hits now, but I can't tell that much through GA other than a) how many hits a day and b) where they've come from (very loosely e.g "Twitter" and "Organic"). 

 

I want to get better info on what I'm posting, e.g where those daily hits are going (straight to the new post? straight to the homepage?) and where they are clicking after that...

 

Anyone have any ideas if this is achievable? I'm really no GA whizz!


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#2 Jason Dexter

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Posted 10 July 2014 - 14:59   Best Answer

So if you go Behaviour -> Site Content -> All Pages then you can see individual pages. From there, you can then click secondary dimension -> Acquisition -> Source/Medium

 

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Where theres a little search box, use that to find your post. Theres a quicker way, I'm sure. But hopefully that helps.


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#3 Frankchester

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Posted 10 July 2014 - 15:02

So if you go Behaviour -> Site Content -> All Pages then you can see individual pages. From there, you can then click secondary dimension -> Acquisition -> Source/Medium

 

And then...

 

Where theres a little search box, use that to find your post. Theres a quicker way, I'm sure. But hopefully that helps.

 

Perfect thanks! I was only looking in the acquisition section.


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