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I want to be able to see which pages on my site are attracting the most views.  

I've searched all over but simply can't see where in the reports this information is viewable.  There doesn't seem to be any section that does this.

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Hi Veronica,

 

You'll find this information if you sign in to your Google Analytics account and then go to Reporting -> Behaviour -> Site Content -> All Pages.

 

There you'll see which pages on your site are attracting the most views.

 

Let me know if it helps @Veronica K.

Taavi

 

 

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Quick note here: 

if by "attracting" you mean "getting visitors to come to your site via a specific page", then you need the report next door to the one @Taavi Kalvi pointed to, and that is Reporting > Behaviour > Site Content > Landing Pages.

That will show you main entrance points into your site. Otherwise, the All Pages report will show which pages are read the most.

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