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Separate blog posts and pages reports

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My website has both static pages and dynamic blog posts. How can I get separate reports for each, so I know which one is performing and converting the best?

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Re: Separate blog posts and pages reports

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Do the static pages or dynamic blog posts have a particular pattern to the urls?

eg if the blog posts for instance contain say the year in the urls, you could use that to filter out static pages without it
or to only include the blog posts that do have urls that contain it

as far as conversions go, what sort of conversions are you currently tracking? ga goals? transactions? adwords conversions?
or some other type of conversion
Bronwyn Vourtis, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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Re: Separate blog posts and pages reports

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​Hi Bronwyn,

I think I figured it out, because yes the blog posts URLs are different
from the pages, in that they have the HTLM extension on the end and the
pages do not.

Since I've been blogging for 12 years now, I'd like to know what are the
most popular posts and the categories, so I've gone into the stats and used
the find or search filter to ferret those out.

Thanks to you and everyone else, (I checked some other questions in the
forums), for pointing me in the right direction! ​I really appreciate your
help!