HOW TO EXCLUDE INTERNAL TRAFFIC FROM GOOGLE ANALYTICS

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HOW TO EXCLUDE INTERNAL TRAFFIC FROM GOOGLE ANALYTICS

YOU OWN A WEBSITE and YOU visit your website multiple times a day. Those visits – by default- are being counted on Google Analytics and likely are messing up your traffic numbers and conversions percentages. YOU can SOLVE this by setting up an IP exclusion rule under “Filters” in the GA ADMIN. Any issues, contact us.

How to exclude internal traffic or IP address from Google Analytics - Mauricio Google Analytics Trainer Sydney

How to exclude internal traffic or IP address from Google Analytics – Mauricio Google Analytics Trainer Sydney

HOW TO EXCLUDE INTERNAL TRAFFIC FROM GOOGLE ANALYTICS

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By |February 4th, 2019|Analytics|