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  • How to Track Views for Individual Page URLs in Google Analytics GA4

    Posted by Alexander on 2 July 2022 at 8:55 pm

    How can I track the daily views of a specific page (like my “Contact Us” page) over time with Google Analytics GA4? I was able to do this with Universal Analytics, but can’t figure out how to do it in GA4. Any suggestions?

    Presley replied 11 months, 2 weeks ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Grayson

    Member
    2 August 2022 at 2:56 pm

    In Google Analytics GA4, specific page view tracking over time might involve a different process as compared to Universal Analytics, but it’s still attainable. Firstly, you need to create a new “Event” for that specific page visit. Then you should configure your analytics account to record this event whenever someone visits your page. You can do this by adding the GA4 tracking code into your webpage’s HTML. Once the event is configured correctly, GA4 should start tracking every visit to this page. Over time, GA4 would present a graph displaying the trends for this particular event, effectively showing how many times that page was viewed on a daily basis. Remember, this might seem complicated at first read, but after some practice, it should be more manageable. If trouble persists, using how-to guides or seeking help from a trained professional might be necessary.

  • Presley

    Member
    21 March 2023 at 9:36 pm

    You can track the daily views of a specific page by using the ‘Engagement -> Pages and screens’ report in GA4. This report is equivalent to the ‘All Pages’ report in Universal Analytics. After you open this report, you can use the search bar on the right side to find a specific page (like your “Contact Us” page). GA4 doesn’t provide a default way to see the trend of page views on a daily basis. To see this data, you might have to export the data to a different service like Google Sheets or Google Data Studio and create a report there. You can set up automatic daily exports to ensure the data in your report is always up to date. Additionally, you can also set up custom events for whenever a user navigates to a specific page and track those specific events over time.

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