How to check individual page traffic?

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Hi everyone!

I have to know something about traffic analysis and optimization. As an SEO analyst, we generally use Google Analytics or some other alternatives like: similar web, Alexa, SEO rush, etc. to analyze traffic of a website. These tools provide a complete analysis of traffic with separate sections like: organic, paid, referral, etc.
But my question is, Can we analyze the traffic of a single web page.

For an example: I have a website http://www.notosolutions.com that is linked to my Analytics account. Here, I can see the details of total visits, users, organic searches, etc. But I need to know the numbers of visitor for a particular page such as: http://www.notosolutions.com/index.p...le-watch-apps/

How can I find out that? Is there any tool or website available? Please let me know about it.
#check #individual #page #traffic
  • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
    Originally Posted by Prabha Yadav View Post

    How can I find out that? Is there any tool or website available? Please let me know about it.
    How about that Google Analytics you mentioned? Keep clicking and ye shall find.
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    • Profile picture of the author Prabha Yadav
      Originally Posted by nettiapina View Post

      How about that Google Analytics you mentioned? Keep clicking and ye shall find.
      How? Can you please elaborate it?
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      • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
        Originally Posted by Prabha Yadav View Post

        How? Can you please elaborate it?
        I'm way too lazy for that, but you should consult Google. Which should be kind of obvious if you're a "SEO Analyst" and using Google's own products.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jolly Serath
    You can do it through google analytics
    1 Click on "+ Add Segment" to your report.
    2. Click on "+ New Segment" (the big red button)
    3. Name your segment "My Page"
    4. Click on "Advanced" -> "Conditions"
    5. Add the condition "Page" contains "/mypage"
    6. Hit the blue "Save" button 7. View any of your reports with this
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    • Profile picture of the author Prabha Yadav
      Originally Posted by Jolly Serath View Post

      You can do it through google analytics
      1 Click on "+ Add Segment" to your report.
      2. Click on "+ New Segment" (the big red button)
      3. Name your segment "My Page"
      4. Click on "Advanced" -> "Conditions"
      5. Add the condition "Page" contains "/mypage"
      6. Hit the blue "Save" button 7. View any of your reports with this
      Thanks Jolly for your details.
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  • Profile picture of the author Prabha Yadav
    Can anyone suggest any other tool apart from Google Analytics.
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  • Profile picture of the author suchiroy
    SEOMoz, but its paid.
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  • Profile picture of the author jessicalad
    With the help of custom reporting in google analytics one can set individual pages and see the traffic of that individual pages.
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    • Profile picture of the author chi124
      Tableau is a great tool and you can download a free trial version. You would need need access to Google analytics data to import. I think it is better to visualize the data you are seeing in Tableau than Google analytics.

      https://www.google.com/search?q=tabl...cs%3B884%3B605
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  • Profile picture of the author kazim
    You can do it by using Google analytic. You read the full procedure on this article
    Get traffic stats for a specific page in Google Analytics? - Ask Dave Taylor
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  • Profile picture of the author seothink
    You have to get one options at google analytics tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jaasica
    Yes,you can analyze the traffic of a single web page by defining your goals.
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