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Is it possible to track individual article traffic on my blog? I'm trying to get this to work for a wix.com site.

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Hi, Joseph,

With GA you track every page on your site (that has the tracking code), but you could create a segment for *just that page* that you are interested in, and then see the traffic through that page.
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Hi Joseph,

 

as Nicky pointed out, first of all your Google Analytics tracking code needs to be placed in all pages of your website; I'm not a Wix expert but I think that, for having this on your Wix website, it sufficient to follow these instructions: https://www.wix.com/support/html5/article/adding-your-google-analytics-code-to-your-site

 

When this is in place, after about 24-48 hours you should be able to find information about the performance of individual pages of your website under the Behavior section, in your Google Analytics panel.

 

 

For example, in the report "Behavior --> Site Content --> All Pages" you can see several interesting metrics (like pageviews, entrances, bounce rate, etc.) calculated for each URL of your website. Here you should find the data you are looking for, for each of your articles.

 

Example of Behavior --> Site Content -> All Pages reportExample of Behavior --> Site Content -> All Pages report

 

Moreover, in the report "Behavior --> Behavior flow" you can also visually see how people navigate through your content:

 

Example of Behavior --> Behavior Flow reportExample of Behavior --> Behavior Flow report

 

Hope this helps!

 

Best,

Gabriele