What is the difference between "Average Page Views per Visit" and "Page
Views / Visits"? Both are out of the box metrics (though the latter is a
calculated metric). Just wondering if there is a difference or why two
Hello,Our news team would like a report that shows analytics data for
all news stories published in the last two weeks. We have an eVar that
captures date published, in a time stamp format, but I'm unsure as to
how (or if) I can apply a dynamic time range to the variable in order to
have a segment that would only show articles published in the last two
weeks. Would I have to create a time dimension? If so, is that something
I need to refer to our developers?
Thank you-- I will try report builder/excel, because I have already
tried to count the keywords. There are so many that don't have a CTR of
0, and so many that do have a CTR of 0, that even showing 400 keywords
at a time and going to page 500, I then need to manually go forward one
page at a time and it takes forever. Plus, I want to be able to sort
keywords that have a 0 CTR by number of searches for that term, that way
I can focus my efforts on resolving high-volume zero click searches.
Darn! I had already voted for the idea, but I went ahead and added my
use case and a link to this question.Any chance you can think of a
creative workaround? I know it's a long shot but I'll take anything
Hello-- Gigazelle recommended I add my use case here. This is the
original thread where being able to add a calculated metric to a segment
would have solved the issue hassle-free. There is no work around: See
Unique Variables where CTR = 0 I need to filter out any search terms
where the CTR (calculated metric) is over 0. By creating a segment only
using clicks, and not using my calculated metric for CTR, it does not
show me unique search terms with 0 clicks. As an example, 100 searches
Sadly, this doesn't work in my situation because it does not filter out
any search terms where the CTR is over 0. As an example, 100 searches
might occur for "Paper," and only get clicks 99 times. Because there was
1 time that a "paper" search did not have a click, according to this
segment the term "paper" would still show in the row. I really
appreciate you trying to help on this-- it has been stumping me for
almost three months!
If I do that, I am still going to see any term that had at least one
search that resulted in no clicks. For example, if 1,000 searches for
Bravo occurred, and only 999 resulted in clicks on search results, Bravo
would still appear using that segment. I'm looking for a way to see and
count unique search terms that received 0 clicks, 100% of the time they
were searched for.
Hi Brandon,Is there any movement towards removing the "approximate" to
have an exact count? The numbers are off by 1,000+ in my dashboard when
I use approx. count distinct vs looking at the number of rows.
Thank you, Arun, this is helpful-- I went ahead and created this metric.
However, I want the workspace to only show instances of 0. Right now, my
workspace is showing both 0 and 1 instances (true/false):I'm trying to
get a count of how many 0 CTR queries we have each month.
I have a variable dimension that shows all the search terms used on my
intranet. I also have a calculated metric that shows clicks on search
results divided by searches for that term (CTR).I'd like to be able to
see all search terms that have an absolute CTR of 0 in my workspace.
Whenever I use the If/Then or Equals calculated metrics, though, it
shows me any query that got 0 clicks at least once. So for example, if
there are 1,000 instances of searches for Google, but in only 999 of