Google Analytics might be too powerful for its own good. It offers lots of advanced tools to find out exactly what’s happening on your website, but the UI is very cumbersome to navigate. So here’s how you can use Google Analytics find traffic source for specific page.
Locate Specific Page in Google Analytics
First, you need to locate the specific page in Google analytics that you want to get the traffic source for. To do this, go to Behavior –> All Site Content –> All Page. From there, you can see the stats for each individual page.
Find Traffic Source for Specific Page
To find the traffic source for that specific page, click on the page title, then click the button above the title that is labeled secondary dimension. In the submenu that appears go to behvaior then full referer. This will list the traffic source for that page in Google analytics.