I've been searching around for an answer to this simple question, but can't seem to find anything even remotely related to a solution.

We've just redesigned the structure of our site, and have introduced two new pages to advertise jobs, e.g.

  • mydomain.co.uk/company/ourteam
  • mydomain.co.uk/company/opportunities

I'd like to see in Google Analytics how many times each page is being viewed per month. I've searched in Behaviour > Site Content > All Pages but can only see filters relating to AdWords.

Can anyone please advise where to set this up, or how to isolate the content?

As a real bonus, it would be great the see this figure as a percentage of overall visitors (e.g. 8% of site visitors checked out one or more of the new pages).


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Is not "Conversions > Goals > Goal-URLs" what you want? Possibly GOAL is called differently, I don't see the english g:Analytics - it's the first option under the flag-icon .. my URL changes to something like https://www.google.com/analytics/web/#report/conversions-goals-uri/this_bit_is_specific_to_your_account/

  • Thanks. I was going to create a goal if no other approach was suggested. The problem is that a goal has to be created for each separate URL, whereas I'm happy if anybody looked at at least one single page, so perhaps goals are not the best thing here...?
    – EvilDr
    Commented Aug 7, 2014 at 11:13

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