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Tracking Set of Specific Pages

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Hi there,

 

I am trying to track the pageviews of a specific set of about 150 pages, which would change/update every quarter with the addition/removal of about 25 pages. I'm trying to track the combined exposure of an specific type of page.

 

Any support is appreciated! I'm new to Analytics

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Hello Kyle!

 

There are a couple ways to accomplish this:

 

Advanced Filters - You can create a regular expression to monitor the grouping of pages every month, this would take a while to build and would require work every month.

 

 

Content Grouping - This works similarly to filters, this is useful if you have a couple different groupings you want to view.

 

 

Custom Dimensions - Do the pages in this grouping have a similar feature in the html? You can use this common factor as a landmark and dynamically populate the field as it changes over time. then pull it in as a segment or a secondary dimension to examine just the pages you want.

 

 

I hope some of these options have created some clarity for you!

 

Happy Analyzing

 

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Thanks for the reply Jason! Content grouping might be best. I would need to assemble four different groups of about 150 pages each, but in a total set of 4000+ pages with similar URLs. Individual pages would be added or removed from these pages every quarter. I'll give content grouping a search, but if you have any additional ideas or tips based on the above I'm all ears!

Thanks again!