---- Need help with advanced segments - exact match includes other pages?
epistable - 1:20 am on Dec 5, 2009 (gmt 0)
Thaks for the reply...so you mean if I filter to show only pagea.html and I still see a few hits for pageb.html it means those visitors went to both pagea.html and pageb.html? That's interesting, but I guess it would also mean that visitors who enter on pageb.html and then eventually go to pagea.html also get included?
That's my understanding based on what I've seen, but I could be wrong. Anyone know for sure?
I could set up a Goal funnel or website optimizer, but really I want to be able to view the conversion from all pages (which in some cases are hundreds or thousands). Seems strange to me that Analytics won't just let you view conversion rates when looking at top content or top landing pages - it's kind of a crucial stat. I'd just like to be able to see a list of pages that got traffic (we have the conversion element - a form - on all pages) and which brought the most conversions/highest conversion rate.
Oh, I see what you're trying to do. In that case I would try the following: 1) Set up a conversion goal as conversionpage.html 2) Go into the Goals->Reverse Goal Path report.
That report will tell you how people arrived at your goal page, ranked in order of conversions by path. It's a really great report.
Conversely, you could go into the conversion page through the top content report and under Navigation Summary for that page see the top ten pages people visited before landing on the conversion page.