Top Pages in Google Analytics

Finding Your Top Pages in Google Analytics

Find Your Top Pages in Google Analytics

Find your top pages in Google Analytics easily with this quick guide.

Google Analytics provides tremendous insight about your website visitors and content. One area of Google Analytics that I check constantly is my most popular content and pages. And, of course, you can also review your least popular content.

Understanding your most popular content can help you with your SEO strategy, content refreshes, calls to action, and much more. For your least popular content, it might also be an indication that you need to delete that content altogether, revise your page SEO, or revise the page or post to increase traffic or improve the specific goal for that content.

I’ll walk you through how to find your most popular content with SeoHighLighter and then with Google Analytics.

Finding your Top Pages in Google Analytics with SeoHighLighter

1) Login to SeoHighLighter at https://www.seohighlighter.com/customer/login.

2) Find the site that you would like to check in the navigation pane on the left and click on that site, and then click on “All Traffic.”

Navigation Pane

3) Scroll down slightly until you see the Traffic tabs and then click on Top Pages.

Top Pages in Google Analytics

4) Your Top Pages will load with some important data (definitions from GA).

The data you can view on this page is below along with their definitions.

Pageviews – defined as a view of a page on your site that is being tracked by the Analytics tracking code. If a user clicks reload after reaching the page, this is counted as an additional pageview. If a user navigates to a different page and then returns to the original page, a second pageview is recorded as well.

Unique Pageviews – aggregates pageviews that are generated by the same user during the same session. A unique pageview represents the number of sessions during which that page was viewed one or more times.

Average Time on Page – the average amount of time users spent on a specified page or screen, or a set of pages or screens.

Entrances – is incremented on the first pageview or screen view hit of a session. In contrast, Sessions is incremented on the first hit of a session, regardless of hit type. Thus, there may be a discrepancy between Entrances and Pageviews or Screen views for properties where the first hit of a session can be an event hit.

Bounce Rate – is a single-page session on your site.

% Exit – For all pageviews to the page, Exit Rate is the percentage that were the last in the session

Page Value – is the average value for a page that a user visited before landing on the goal page or completing an Ecommerce transaction (or both). This value is intended to give you an idea of which page in your site contributed more to your site’s revenue

Finding your Most Popular Content with Google Analytics

1) Login to your Google Analytics account.
2) On the left navigation pane, click on Behavior -> Site Content -> All Pages
3) This will serve a page with a chart and table showing your most popular content.

Social Media Dashboard

Social Media Dashboard

Social Media Dashboard

We just launched our new social media dashboard.  In the video below, we give you a quick overview of the amazing data and insights it can provide about your social media traffic.

Social Media Dashboard in Google Analytics

Google Analytics Social Media Dashboard

Just Released:  Google Analytics Social Media Dashboard

We are excited to announce our latest dashboard that will help social media managers, marketers, and more understand their traffic from social media networks.  Our Google Analytics social media dashboard will quickly get you up to speed on how well your social media efforts are translating into website traffic and which networks perform the best.

Our site is mobile responsive so you can check your dashboards at anytime and from any device.  In real time.

Check out select samples of the social media dashboards below.  We’ll help you answer the following questions and more.

  • Where is my traffic coming from?
  • What social media sites are sending me traffic?
  • How many sessions and users were driven by social media?
  • What social network had the highest bounce?
  • What countries are social media visitors from?
  • And many more!

Sign up today for a free trial.  No credit card required.

 

Social Media Dashboard: Traffic sources, which social networks, and sessions

Google Analytics Social Media Dashboard

Quickly understand the traffic sources from your website and then which social media networks are sending you traffic.  Then check out session activity based on the date range of your choice.

 

Social Media Dashboard: Sessions by country (interactive)

Google Analytics Social Media Sessions by Country

Use your mouse to zoom in and out of regions to understand what countries are sending you traffic. Use this to fine tune your ad campaigns.

Social Media Dashboard: Visits by network, bounce rates, goal completions

Social Media Dashboard Google Analytics

Now you can rank your best performing social media networks by sessions and goal completions and also see which network bounces the most.

Check all of your domains with an easy drop down menu

Social Drop Down Menu

 

Our Google Analytics social media dashboards will help you save time finding the most important data and save you from logging into Google Analytics and searching for the correct information.

Future releases will include dashboards by social media network (i.e Facebook, Twitter, etc.) for a more detailed understanding of your audience.

Guest Blog Posts Wanted

SeoHighLighter is looking for guest blog posts on the topics of Google Analytics and Web Design.  Contact us with your submission and we will post your article (with a link and credits to you) to our blog and promote via Twitter.  We will also promote the first accepted submission through Quuu for huge distribution.

 

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