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Analytics reporting - multiple referals

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In looking at traffic, I can search for a string for referral sites.  But is there a way to search for multiple sites at the same time? and graphed together, but have the tabular data below?  Essentially, we have a group that owns a number of travel websites, and I want to see the traffic that each site refer's to ours, and then see totals for all sites together.  For example, do a search for:

abc.com

def.com

ghi.com

jkl.com

 

In a single report.  Thanks....

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Hello.

 

First click advanced, then enter your values as shown above.

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Hello.

 

Did you get it sorted? There's the blue "advanced" text to the right of your highlighted field in the previous image.

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Hello.

 

Yes, it's possible, but you'll need to use regular expressions to filter for only the referrals you're interested in. Analytics supports (thankfully) regular expressions and if you use a condition such as Include Source Matching RegExp abc.com|def.com|ghi.com|jkl.com you'll only see these referrals in the table below and also in the graph above.

 

If all referrals are .com domains then a regular expression including abc|def|ghi|jkl suffices.

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Calin, thanks.  Though I'm not sure that I'm doing it correctly. In the highlighted area below, where I'd put the referals???

 

 

 

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Hello.

 

First click advanced, then enter your values as shown above.

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Hello.

 

Did you get it sorted? There's the blue "advanced" text to the right of your highlighted field in the previous image.

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Yes I did.  THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!