For those who are new to Google Analytics, here we will learn how to visit the organic traffic of your website using this amazing analytics tool by Google. This is a video tutorial and you will easily be able to understand the way to track the organic traffic details of your website.
For those who are not aware about organic traffic, it is nothing other than the traffic coming to your website after someone searches for any of your relevant keywords on a particular search and lands on your website after clicking on the search listings. The organic traffic can come from any of the major search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.
Whenever you start any type of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) campaigns for your website, you will be curious enough to known whether your SEO activities are paying off. And one of the best ways to measure the success of your SEO activities is to check the quantity and quality of the organic traffic coming on to your website.
There are several ways to measure the quality of the organic traffic, but in this tutorial, we will learn how to measure the quantity of the organic traffic coming on to your website. This is indeed a great report for digital marketers and website owners who are closely watching the search engine rankings of their website.
Before watching the video tutorial for learning to view the organic website traffic from Google Analytics, I would like to mention the basic steps over here
- Login to your Google Analytics Account.
- Look Out for the Menus / Link in the Left Side of the Dashboard.
- Click on the Acquisition Link.
- There will be several sublinks under the Acquisition link and click on the “All Traffic Link”
- Click on the “Source/Medium” link and you will see a detailed report with several rows and columns.
- There will be a “google / organic” report which will give you figures about the organic traffic.
- You can also click on “google / organic” link to further drill down the data.
Now, watch the below video tutorial to get more ideas about checking the organic traffic of your website through Google Analytics.