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I am trying to create a report that tells me which location pages on my website get the most page views using Google Analytics. Basically everything under locations, I want the data from.

ex) sitename.com/locations/location-X.

location-1 ------ 20000 pageviews

location-2 ------ 30000 pageviews

location-3 ------ 40000 pageview

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Two possible options:

  1. Behaviour > Site Content > All Pages report and apply a regex filter for the page which contains ^\/locations\/location\-.*
  2. Behaviour > Site Content > Content Drilldown, click into the "locations" folder (and apply filter if necessary for location\-.*)
  • great, a follow up question would be how do I exclude urls with "?date=" at the end, which I am seeing a lot of and assuming they are generated from the site search. – Justin Jan 22 '16 at 19:16
  • You would need to adjust your regex to encompass or include the data parameter, so something like location\-.*\?date=.* – nyuen Jan 22 '16 at 19:36

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