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Setting up a custom report for multiple pages for a blog

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Hi, 

 

I have not been able to find the exact answer to this question. I'm managing a blog and am at a point where I need to compare multiple blog posts (all posts published in 2015 for example) so that I can analyze them for trends. The URLs for individual posts do not have the date in them, so I need to somehow enter than manually. 

 

So, ideally, I would like to take the URL's from the 100 posts we had this year, and put them into a custom report so that I can see just how they are doing. 

 

I'm guessing that I need to create a custom report and I have seen mention that I'll need to utilize regix. 

 

That's all I know though... any help on how I can actually get my URL's into a report? 

 

thanks, 

JR

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Re: Setting up a custom report for multiple pages for a blog

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Hi JR,

Can you share a couple of sample URLs of such blog posts as they appear in your Analytics all-pages report? In this way, we may take a look and propose a suitable regex.

Christoph