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Page location” which is the URLs of your pages Set the date range to start with the date that you updat the page and go forward a month if possible. Toggle the “compare” switch so you can see the previous period. Add a filter so the “session mium” is “organic.” Now the report includes only traffic from organic search. Search for the page by entering the URL (or part of it) in the search box above the first column. The report should look like this: You can see that the page improvements which may have start with an SEO goal

Improve rankings

Also had a huge impact on Ahe engagement with the page. Traffic went up more 300% and average engagement time increas by more than 100%. To measure the business database results using a GA4 exploration (better looking) Now I’ll do the reporting again using a GA4 exploration. This is the only way to get a single line chart showing the traffic to a specific URL in Google Analytics. If you miss the “plot rows” feature of Universal Analytics you’ll like this. It’s a bunch of simple steps. I’ll list them all here. Obviously I should make

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Go to Explorations > Blank Exploration Set a date range that includes the time before and after the page was updat In the Tab Setting BY Lists column under VISUALIZATIONS click the line chart icon In the Variables column click the plus sign next to DIMENSIONS then search for and add “Page Location” and “Sessions Mium” In the Variables column click the plus sign next to METRICS then search for and add “Sessions” In the Tab Settings column under ROWS click to select dimension and choose “Page Location” In the Tab

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