Tip Sheet: Hide report tips
This report shows the final page (or script or download) most commonly seen during visits to your web site.
As with the Pages Viewed Shortest report, this report can assist you in locating problems that visitors might be encountering with your web site. You might have problems if a top exit page is one that you would not expect, or is one that should function as a doorway to more content on your site. Likewise, if your home page is a top exit page then a lot of your visitors may not be seeing any of your web site other than the home page. (See the Path Analysis report for an analysis of the paths taken through your web site.)
This report only includes visits by web browsers; visits from other types of user agents (such as search engines, WAP phones, or offline web readers) are not included.
See the Entry Pages report for a list of the first pages seen in visits.
URL: An exit page (or script or download) on your web site.
Visits: The number of times that the given page was visited.