How to Know Traffic Source of Web Page: Google Analytics

Everyone having a website, would live to get statistics. Even though there are paid and free tools to get web statistics, Google Analytics now has been a universal accepted thing of getting web statistics. There are other tools like StatCounter etc, which I use on my site, but Google Analytics is simple and powerful. You can get different stats in Google Analytics on the front page. But there are some small helpful tips which are hidden and are really untold, unless you see through the microscope. After reading Amit Bhawani’s post, I could see another tip in that page. Hola! You have guessed it, it’s there in the title. If you wish to find the Traffic Source for your web page, here is the tip.

 

Access your Google Analytics Page. View Report for your website. Now you’ll be displayed with the following screen.

 How to Know Traffic Source of Web Page: Google AnalyticsOn the left pane you can see several options like Intelligence, Visitors, Traffic Sources etc. Click on Content which is displayed on the same pane. Next several options are displayed. Click on Top Content. You will displayed with the following.

 How to Know Traffic Source of Web Page: Google AnalyticsAs you can see the page vide statistics are displayed in this view. Now if you want to display, website page  statistics for a particular page, just click on the link of the page. You will be taken to the individual web page statistics page.

 How to Know Traffic Source of Web Page: Google Analytics As you can see in the above snapshot, you can see different statistics for a particular webpage. There are statistics like PageViews, Time on Page, Bounce Rate etc. Now if you want to know the traffic source for the webpage, just on the right side of Content drop down list, there is another drop downl list, which displays None by default. From the drop down list, select Source.

 How to Know Traffic Source of Web Page: Google Analytics You can see different sources like google, (direct), feedburner etc You can also see PageViews, Unique Page Views, Avg. Time on Page etc for each particular source. From this you can conclude, where your traffic is coming from, for each webpage.

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