If you are a website administrator I am sure you tried at some point to check the referral sources for a specific page on your website. There might be various reasons for this. You want to see who brings you the most traffic, the most conversions or you have 404 errors and you need to eliminate those links. In the next few paragraphs, I will show you a simple method to find referral sources to a specific page.
Find referral sources for a specific page using Google Analitycs
Once logged in Google Analytics follow the below path.
Behavior ->> Site Content ->> Landing Pages ->> All Pages
On the right side, you will notice the Advanced button. Click it in order to open the filter. For the Include field select Page and in the Containing field enter the URL of the specific page you want to check. Click Apply to list the results.
Now comes the most relevant part. Click on the Secondary dimension button and type in Source. In the list, a new column will be displayed indicating the referral sources for your web page. In the end, the list should look something like this:
It is actually that simple and the best part is that it is free. Let us know if you find this tip useful and check our other interesting resources for better, more useful web pages.
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