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Monitor specific URL traffic

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I want to monitor sessions of around 5-10 URLs.

I have an ecommerce shop with some products in... I'm improving the products and want to compare hits to see if my work generates more traffic.

All the products have a matching term in the URL, which makes this easier! In this case it's 'z-rated'

 

At the moment I'm doing this:

GA > Acquisition > Landing Pages > Search > Z-Rated

Here I can view impressions, clicks, ctr etc. But, do I have to do this procedure everytime? Is there an easier way? Maybe I can save this as custom, I'm not sure!

Monitor specific URL traffic

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You can make a custom report for sure. You can also make a custom segment and use that to see what people are doing who visit those pages. All depends on what exactly you are looking to track.

Monitor specific URL traffic

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How do I set the custom report up, so it only shows data of my chosen URLs?

Monitor specific URL traffic

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Top left of GA dashboard click customization and then custom reports.

Click +new custom report and then choose what you want to see and add a filter "include" "page" and then choose regex or exact.