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Background

I just moved my blog over from Blogger to WordPress, and I'm trying to replicate the stats reporting that I had before. I've got Google Analytics integrated with my website, but I'm having trouble figuring out how to see the data I'm looking for.

What I want is to be able to see a list of all my posts, with the number of page views: today, this week, this month, and forever. Similar to this:

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Question

Is it possible to set this up?

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Look under Behavior > Site Content > All Pages

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  • I'm sorry for never marking this as the answer. Though now that I've learned more about Google Analytics, we should probably add here something about the daterange. Do you mind if I edit this answer to provide more details? – Andy Mercer Jun 27 '16 at 14:57
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( For people searching for same thing and came here, as It is too late to answer ) In PHP you can do something like :-

 return $analytics->data_ga->get(
          'ga:' . $profileId,
          $start_date,
          $end_date,
          'ga:pageviews',


          array('dimensions' => 'ga:pageTitle');

for more idea on it you can visit :-How to use refresh token to get authorized in background and getting access token

And there are 2/3 more posts related to it, I have developed an google analytics plugin for my own use , so you can do something like it.There are some free plugin available you can use them and get the result on your wordpress dashboard.

I got another post just now, you can also see it

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You can try with Jetpack plugin on WordPress, it's a very good plugin to see pageviews per day/week/month.

If you want check pageviews on Google Analytics too, you can try with Google Analytics by Monster Analytics (formerly Yoast), check it here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-analytics-for-wordpress/

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