Redirects in Google Analytics

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Redirects in Google Analytics
« on: 04-25-2022, 06:27:42 »
Is it possible to measure in google analytics 301 redirects within a domain?

Alternatively, what is another solution or another place to check to see how many redirects there were from a given address?


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Re: Redirects in Google Analytics
« Reply #1 on: 06-01-2022, 22:09:10 »
No, It's not possible to track the same in google analytics.
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Re: Redirects in Google Analytics
« Reply #2 on: 08-01-2022, 03:49:09 »
Is it possible to measure in google analytics 301 redirects within a domain?

Alternatively, what is another solution or another place to check to see how many redirects there were from a given address?
Hi, You won't be able to see that information in Google Analytics unless you tag the resolving URL in the redirect with UTM parameters. i.e. www.mywebsite.com >> www.yourwebsite.com/?utm_medium=301&utm_source=mywebsite.com 2

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Re: Redirects in Google Analytics
« Reply #3 on: 08-04-2022, 00:01:40 »
Login to Google Analytics, and go to Acquisition > All Traffic > Channels then click on 'Source/Medium' as your primary dimension, then apply an in-line filter for '301'. Choosing 'Landing Page' as your secondary dimension will provide you with a list of all the 301 redirects that are sending traffic to your site.
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Re: Redirects in Google Analytics
« Reply #4 on: 08-13-2022, 09:53:35 »
Hi, You won't be able to see that information in Google Analytics unless you tag the resolving URL in the redirect with UTM parameters. i.e. www.mywebsite.com >> www.yourwebsite.com/?


 

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