In June 2012 I added my website (a blog that I host on my own server) to Google-Analytics. In January 2013 I decided to use Piwik instead of Google-Analytics.
So I removed my website from the Google Webmaster Tools page. I also removed the Google's script from the footer of my webpages. I checked several times that there are no links to any Google Tools (Google Fonts, Google Analytics) in my code.
However Ghostery (Add-on for Firefox) shows that Google-Analytics still tracks my website. I checked the following pages on Google: The page www.google.com/dashboard/?pli=1 (Dashboard) lists my website (logically it shouldn't as I removed my website from it) but when I click on "Manage my sites" the page www.google.com/webmasters/tools/home?hl=en&authuser=0 (Webmaster Tools - Home) my website is not listed any more and there is only a form to add a new site. The page www.google.com/analytics/ invites me to sign up and then doesn't list any website and shows a form to add a website.
Do you have any idea about what I should do to stop Google-Analytics to track my website for good? Thanks for your help.
ps) this is my first message on Stack Exchange, I hope my English is not too bad. Thanks you all for making this big community exist. Keep up the good work.
Could the meta
<meta name="google" content="notranslate" /> in my code be the reason of the tracking?
Answer: no, it's not related.