I have all the images in my fine art site loaded in a small number of galleries, largely defined by what types/sizes I want to sell the images in. Every image is strategically keyworded and I have a set of virtual galleries that pull in images based on those keywords.
So there's a category "By Color" that has a galleries for "Red", "Orange", "Yellow", etc. Then there's a category "By Content" (needs a better name) with galleries for "Flowers", "Fireworks", "Landscapes", etc. There's another category "By Use" (again, needs a better name... I haven't even created this one yet I dislike it's name so much) that would have "Subtle Backgrounds", "Attention Grabbers", etc. These virtual galleries are the ones visible to visitors.
Obviously many images are in multiple virtual galleries, I think every one is in at least 2, probably 3 today.
But when I get an order in, how do I figure out which view they came to the image from? Did they come in looking for a green attention getting focal point painting? did they come in for a subtle background?
Is this something I have to mine from GA? Is it even possible to mine this from GA? As far as I can tell that's just going to tell me what people in general are looking at... not what Jane Doe specifically was looking at when she hit my infamous hibiscus and said "YES!" and clicked the buy button.