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How can you tell which URL was used to reach your site, if you have multiple domains pointing to it?

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We have muliple domains pointing at our website, and want to find out which domains are used and which aren't so that we can trim the list of domains that we use. Is it possible to get this information from Google Analytics?

Please move this question if I have put it in the wrong place.

 

Many thanks,

 

Rick

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Re: How can you tell which URL was used to reach your site, if you have multiple domains pointing to

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You will find a list of hostnames that are feeding in to a given View if you follow the below.

Audience > Technology > Network. Then switch the Primary Dimension to Hostname.

Does that help?

Re: How can you tell which URL was used to reach your site, if you have multiple domains pointing to

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Excellent that's what we need, thank you for the quick response.

Re: How can you tell which URL was used to reach your site, if you have multiple domains pointing to

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No worries.

If you want to see the pages associated with the hostnames, go to the All Pages report, then select Hostname as a Secondary dimension.

Cheers!