There are two ways you can check this using Google Analytics.
1) Using Geo Location report
You can find Geo reports under the Audience reports in Google Analytics. The Audience reports provide information about your users.
a) Inside Geo option, select Location. See the image.
b) After you have selected (clicked) Location, find Secondary Dimension dropdown list. Click to slide down the list and you will find Landing Page under Commonly Used option. Click to select Landing Page. You will see number of users from a particular country that have visited your website through a particular landing page.
You will also find many useful filters on the Location report page. Suppose, you want to know how many users landed on a page that represented the country United States. To do this there is an option/link called advanced. Click it. It opens a box, which says,
Include -> Country -> Containing and there is an empty textbox. Type united states (or any country that you wish to filter) and click the Apply button. See the image.
In-addition, you can choose a Date range to filter the landing page report for a particular range of date.
2) Using the Landing Pages report under Behavior report
There’s a Landing Pages report section under the Behavior reports in Google Analytics. This is another report where you can check from where, which country, yours users have landed on a particular page.
Open Google Analytics and find the Behavior option. Under Behavior, click Site Content and it will slide down and you will see Landing Pages option. Click it. When it opens the report, you will see a list of popular landing pages, with Sessions, New Users, and Bounce Rate etc.
See the below image.
Now, you want to check the landing pages of users from a particular country. To do this find Secondary Dimension dropdown list in the report. It will show you a list of options. Find the Users option and click it. Scroll down and find the option Country.
It will show you all the popular landing pages by Country. At this stage, you might want to filter out landing pages of users from a particular country. To do this there is an option/link called advanced in the report. Click it. It opens a box, which says,
Include -> Country -> Containing and there is an empty textbox. Type united states (or any other country that you wish to filter) and click the Apply button.
You can further filter the report to check the number of users over a period. In the upper right corner, you will find a date selection option.
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