Hi, for this kind of task I would use a crawler - like Screaming Frog
for example.However, it´s possible to get an estimate for the total
number of pages in a given year just by looking at the Pages report
(however, you should exclude repeating page name patterns such as search
results pages or similar and just try to clean up the entries the best
way you can) - then just go to the last page of the report and look at
the index number in front of the last page name listed.As to the number
of new ...
In what case would we have more Click Throughs than Visits? From
experience, I know that normally is exaclty the opposite - due to the
persistence of the tracking codes there are usually more Visits than
Click-throughs. I´m really puzzled. Can anyone help me?
Hello,I am posting my question here becasue I think is almost the same.
However, I´ve read a lot about de-duplicated total metrics, the
different types of reports and how when you try to breakdown by a
certain dimension (Page, Product Name, etc) the number of Total Visits
doedn´t match with the SUM of all of the components. And I get it. It
makes sense. However, I don´t seem to find a logical explanation for the
following case: DateVisits 1.Dec 18, 2016318.159 2.Dec 19, 2016296.037
3.Dec 20, 201...