Here are the steps to setup and track outbound links on your site:
Suppose your oubound link is www. eparaphrasingtool.com/about.php and you want it to show up under pageviews as outbound/eparaphrasingtool.com/about.php
You would place the following code on that link:
If you had another page called http://eparaphrasingtool.com/about.php and you wanted it to show up as /outbound/ eparaphrasingtool.com/about.php
you would place the following code on that link:
and so on. Google Analytics takes 24-48 hours to collect quality marketing data, so just place the code, wait a day and check in your top content report. You should see the pageviews showing up with the name for the link that you defined. You don’t have to name it /outbound/eparaphrasingtool.com/about.php, we just picked that name because it is the easiest for a large number of links. You could name it /outboundlinks/eparaphrasingtool.com/about.php or literally anything you want. It is best to make a logical directory structure though, so you can easily sift through a large number of outbound links in your top content report. Here we could just search for the text outbound on the top content report and we would see all outbound links that we are tracking. If we searched for the text eparaphrasingtool.com on the top content report we would see all the outbound links going to eparaphrasingtool.com.
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