To find traffic sources for a specific page, log into your Universal Google Analytics account (or jump to the GA4 instructions) and navigate to Behavior » Site Content. From there you can choose whether to view the traffic sources of all of your website’s pages, the landing pages, or the exit pages.
How do I see total visits on Google Analytics?
In Analytics, click on Audience in the top left of the page and then on Overview. The graph at the top will show users / unique visitors over the last 30 days. Another imortant metric there is “sessions”, formerly known as visits. It is the number of times a user or unique visitor comes to a site.
How do I see monthly traffic in Google Analytics?
How to Check Visitors Per Month on Google Analytics
- Go to Google Analytics and select the website you want to see.
- Now, select Audience > Overview.
- Click on the date period.
- Select the range.
- The numbers of visitors are represented under the Users section as marked below.
How do I count traffic to my website?
Here’s what we do to calculate traffic estimates in a nutshell:
- Take all the keywords for which a website ranks;
- Check monthly search volume, ranking position, and click-through rate for each keyword (across 170 countries);
- Estimate how much traffic the site gets from each keyword;
How do I see daily traffic in Google Analytics?
Above the time graph, select Day, Week, or Month to see data by day, week, or month. Hourly is also available for some reports.
How can I check traffic to my website for free?
These are the best tools you can use to check website traffic for any site for free.
- Sitechecker Pro.
How do I use Google Analytics for my website?
Add Analytics tracking
- On a computer, open a classic Google Sites.
- Click Settings. Manage site.
- Under “Statistics,” click the Down arrow. Use Universal Analytics.
- In the text box, under “Analytics Web Property ID,” enter a valid Analytics Property ID.
- At the top, click Save.
How do I see blog traffic in Google Analytics?
Important: It can take up to 24 hours for your data to show up in Analytics.
- Sign in to Blogger.
- In the top left, select the blog you want to analyze.
- From the menu on the left, click Settings.
- Under “Basic,” click Google Analytics Property ID.
- Enter your Analytics tracking ID.
- Click Save.