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You can setup a custom report which can do what I think you want to happen. Try the following link which is a custom report I've setup for this. https://www.google.com/analytics/web/template?uid=lZSxJ7XKTH2Z3th4RnTeJw You will need to 'edit' the report to capture the correct goal id/number as mine will be different to yours. You will then see the page ...
"Next page path": the next page after visiting the page you have selected for analysis "Second page": the absolute second page of the visit. Second page works if the page you are currently viewing, is indeed the landing page (first page) of the visit. If you are viewing data of a page the visitor just viewed somewhere during his visit, it is not the next ...
Yes, this is quite simple to achieve in Google Analytics... From your 'Reporting' tab in GA:- Set your time period. Navigate to Behaviour > Site Content > Landing Pages Click on 'Bounce Rate' to sort by those pages with the highest bounce rate.
The internal links does matter. read https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/138752?hl=en The number of internal links pointing to a page is a signal to search engines about the relative importance of that page. If an important page does not appear in this list, or if a less important page has a relatively large number of internal links, you ...
It's a good practice to link pages of your website with each other. But it's not necessary to reference to all pages from the home page. Besides of that, if you have some pages that are not linked from other pages, then you should include them in the XML sitemap, otherwise search engines won't find them at all.
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