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Struggling with filters

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My website has multiple URL's that people can type into to access the site. How can I use Google Analytics to see how many people got to my site by putting in a certain URL? 

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Re: Struggling with filters

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Hi Paul W,

You could try going to the Behaviour > Landing Page report and including the "hostname" as a secondary dimension. It should show you which pages people landed on after entering in the URL they typed in.
Nicky Yuen, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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Re: Struggling with filters

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This is off-topic:
This different URLs are redirecting to one URL or each one is different?
ex. a. www.xyz.com and xyz.com go to the same page.
or
b. www.xyz.com redirects to xyz.com and access to the same page.

Re: Struggling with filters

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Hi Paul,

additionaly to Nicky's suggestion: If you need that information frequently, I would recommend a dashboard with a table widget and/od a custom report. You only have to ad "hostname" as a dimenson and e.g. "sessions" as a metric.

Bye. Nils.

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Each one is different.

Ex. My site is www.abc.com, but I also own ww.def.com and www.ghi.com, and all of those route to my site www.abc.com.