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Finding aquisition details for specific page

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Hi - I am looking for details on organic and paid traffic to a specific webpage within our main webpages. I also require assistance in finding the CPC for each link can someone please assist/
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Finding aquisition details for specific page

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Hi @Catriona M,

You can go to behavior > all pages report and filter out the page you want. Then you can apply segments (Paid traffic, organic traffic).
You can create custom reports with filter applied as 'page contains inner page', 'page' as dimension and the required metrics.

Sorry I didn't get the CPC part . Do you mean  CPC for paid and organic?


Hope this helps,

Re: Finding aquisition details for specific page

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Thank you do you mean I do this by 'adding a widget'?

I have found some organic and paid results but the total does not total the
total number of views? so where would the rest of the traffic be coming


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Finding aquisition details for specific page

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Just to add to the previous answer. Remember that a segment, unless you specify otherwise, which includes a particular page will include all visits which have a view of that page regardless of where it appears in the visitor's journey through your site.


If you want to see, for a specific page, what the sources of traffic are you can either:

- create a segment where you specify that the page of interest is the landing page

- use the landing page report and find the page you are interested in; then select source/medium (or similar) for your secondary dimension.This will report will then show you, with sessions as the metric, where all traffic to this page has come from, which will include CPC.



If the page is the target of an adwords campaign then it should also appear in the acqusition>adwords>final URLs report (assuming your GA account is linked to adwords).



John Wedderburn, Advertiser Community, Rising Star
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