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How to find search terms that lead to a specific page?

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Hello!

 

Is there a way for me to determine the search terms that users have been entering to get to a specific page? These are search terms entered in the website's internal search and assumed that the specific page has been accessed by clicking its link in the list of search results.

 

Thank you!!!

 

Emma

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Re: How to find search terms that lead to a specific page?

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In the standard report Behavior > Site Search > Pages, find the page of interest and click on the entry. It will take you to a report of the search terms used to get to that page.
Mike Sullivan, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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Re: How to find search terms that lead to a specific page?

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Thank you so much! Relatively simple solution, but I just could not figure it out for the life of me (brand new user here). You made my day :-)