Can I see how many visits a particular page has received?

Created by Josh Cobb, Modified on Thu, 19 Jan 2023 at 05:04 PM by Josh Cobb

To track the visits and user behaviour for a particular page on your website, you will first need access to your company's Google Analytics account. 


GA4 Instructions: 

  1. Visit your Google Analytics Dashboard, ensuring that you are inside your GA4 analytics account.
  2. Click Reports > Reports Snapshot.
  3. By default, the data shown is related to all pages of your website. To filter the data for a specific page, click on the default "Comparison" selector at the top of the screen. 
  4. Add an additional "Dimension" and enter/select the 'page path' of the page you would like to analyse and click "Apply". The page will refresh to show the data for that particular page you have entered. The page path is the section of the URL after your domain name. For example, abcrealestate.com.au/<page_path>).
  5. To filter the results to a particular date, change the date filter at the top right of the dashboard.



UA (Universal Analytics) Instructions:

* Universal Analytics will no longer process new data in standard properties beginning July 1, 2023.

  1. Visit your Google Analytics Dashboard, ensuring that you are inside your Universal Analytics account.
  2. Click Behaviour > Site Content > All Pages.
  3. Enter the 'page path' into the search box and hit Enter. The page path is the section of the URL after your domain name. For example, abcrealestate.com.au/<page_path>).
  4. To filter the results to a particular date, change the date filter at the top right of the dashboard.

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