- Google Analytics IQ Exam – All Q&As
The URL for the homepage of your site is example.com/index. You would like this particular page to appear as “/home” in your pages report. How can this be achieved?
- Use the Search and replace custom filter on the Request URI field where Search string is www.example.com/index and replace string is www.example.com/home
- Use a Search and Replace custom filter on the Request URI field where Search string is “/index” and Replace string is “/home”
The Correct Answer is:
Use a Search and Replace custom filter on the Request URI field where Search string is “/index” and Replace string is “/home”
Explanation: The following tables list each available field and its purpose.
|Request URI||Includes the relative URL, or piece of the URL after the hostname. For example: forhttp://www.google-analytics.com/requestURL/index.html?sample=text the Request URI is/requestURL/index.html?sample=text|
|Hostname||The full domain name of the page requested. For example: for http://www.google-analytics.com/requestURL/index.html?sample=text the hostname is www.google-analytics.com|
|Page Title||The contents of the
|Referral||The external referrer, if any. This field is only populated for the initial external referral at the beginning of a session.|
|Campaign Target URL||The target URL defined in a campaign.|
|Hit Type||The type of hit (page , user_defined , transaction , item , cost , event , social , appview , or exception).|
|Search Term||Search terms used in a property’s internal search engine.|
|Site Search Category||Searches confined to a specific category or area of a property (e.g., Mens).|
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