Apologies, as I was given a confusing information about implementation
and didn't check it myself.Indeed a segment using Activity Map Link was
the best solution. Activity Map Page was still giving some noise. The
best working combination was: Destination Page NameAND(Activity Map Link
= xx AND Activity Map Page = xx) This Link and Page helped differentiate
between two versions of page (domestic/international) we have. All the
Thank you @yuhuisg, I just tested this and the result is closer (getting
20 visitors, rather than 38) but as the hyperlink was created today,
there is still some noise coming through as it should be theoretically
capturing only about 3-5 clicks from yesterday and today.
Thank you, @Andrey_Osadchuk,I just tried a) but sadly still getting
traffic from previous days. I know for a fact there is now direct
hyperlink between the two pages so it must be some sort of traffic via
internal search.b) is not possible in this case as the segment doesn't
have Activity Map Link implemented so it's not firing it.
Hello, This is possibly a very trivial request but I wasn't able to
capture the right data. I need to track when someone clicks on a
hyperlink on page A that leads to another page B (within the same
website). I need to see the usage of this particular link so not people
who were on A and arrived on B via other routes. Tested a built:(Include
Visit)Page Name = Athen within 1 Page NamePage Name = B It narrows the
pool but doesn't give accurate numbers. The hyperlink was implemented
today and there...
I have a similar problem (being a very beginner). Basically looking for
an option to see 'internal search term' and then future destination
page. Goal: finding out which page is more popular based on shared
terms. I believe this can be partially done using 'flow' but that offers
also a lot of data I outside of this. Is there any way to build a custom
segment maybe? Thank you.