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Unique Page Views for Product SKU

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In the Ecommerce > Product Performance tab, I can look at the product SKU dimension with metrics such as Quantity, Unique Purchases, Product Revenue, Avg Price, & Avg Quantity.  I would like to be able to also see the metrics Unique Pageviews, Time on Page, & Bounce Rate for the Product SKU dimension without having to use the In-Page Analytics to view each SKU individually.  Is there a way to do this or am I completely insane for trying to connect this dimension to these metrics for an exportable report?

 

My last thought is that perhaps I could find a way to tie my Product SKU information with the related page's URL.  However, there are sometimes more than one URL for the same product listing, depending on how I navigate to it.

 

Any suggestions?

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Accepted by topic author Michael E
May 2016

Re: Unique Page Views for Product SKU

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The problem is that the dimensions and metrics are associated with different types of data or 'scopes' in GA.

Product SKU comes from an 'item' in a 'transaction', and a 'transaction' may or may not be associated with a 'pageview'. All of them fit into a session. You can usually aggregate lower-level metrics into higher-level dimensions (like Product Revenue by Source/Medium), but don't expect to go the other way (like Bounce Rate by Product SKU) -- it's not possible to divide a 'bounce' across several products in a couple of transactions.

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Re: Unique Page Views for Product SKU

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The problem is that the dimensions and metrics are associated with different types of data or 'scopes' in GA.

Product SKU comes from an 'item' in a 'transaction', and a 'transaction' may or may not be associated with a 'pageview'. All of them fit into a session. You can usually aggregate lower-level metrics into higher-level dimensions (like Product Revenue by Source/Medium), but don't expect to go the other way (like Bounce Rate by Product SKU) -- it's not possible to divide a 'bounce' across several products in a couple of transactions.

Mike Sullivan, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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