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Is there any way to know post traffic source???

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Masumul Haque, May 8, 2015.

  1. Masumul Haque

    Masumul Haque Newbie

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    I have a wordpress site. Usually every post average post view is 800 to 1000. Today i notice one post view more then 12000 which is very unusual where my others post average view is 1 k. I have check my google analytic s data it's show me most of the visitor comes from facebook.I guess my post link share any facebook page or group which have huge number of fan or group member. Last 3 days visitor coming this post directly so I'm Pretty sure this post link share or post some where. My Question is there any way to find out the exact source where my site link share or publish? See the image the image show 9 active visitor view the post at the moment.

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    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I'm not sure about viewing the exact link, but I always go to Acquisition and then to Source/Medium to check where my visitors are coming from.

    If I find a solution, I'll let you know. :)
     
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    Zwielicht Please let me know if you have any solution it will be a great help for me. I need exact link. Is any tool to find out all link where my post link publish?
     
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    Ah, I found a solution. Go to Traffic Sources and then to Referrals to view the URLs. Before you click on the URLs to display the exact URL that is linking to your post, set up "Landing Pages" as a secondary dimension (this option is under the graph) to display which traffic sources are linking to each specific page.
     
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  5. Seven4

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    I found this useful as well, thanks for sharing :)