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You should disable google analytics for that Page Only putting the following code before the Google Analytics Tracking Code in the <head> section <script> if(window.location.href==='http://www.example.com/example-page/'){ window['ga-disable-UA-XXXXXX-X'] = true; } </script> Where UA-XXXXXX-X is your website Google Analytics tracking ...


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Create a new view with a filter applied. You should, as a best practice, have three core views: a "Raw" view, where there are no filters applied at all. I typically replicate all goals in this view as well. a "Test" view to try out new filters and goals, etc. With this test view you can create a filter to filter out the unwanted URL. a "Master" view for ...


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your step is right, on filter pattern use this to remove those junks referral .*((darodar|priceg|semalt|buttons\-for\-website|makemoneyonline|blackhatworth|hulfingtonpost|bestwebsitesawards|o\-o\-6\-o\-o|simple\-share\-buttons)\.com)|(econom\.co)|(ilovevitaly(\.co(m)?))|(ilovevitaly(\.ru))|(humanorightswatch(\.org)).* for chinese-amezon.com, create new ...


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There are several things you could do, which all come from this article: http://www.analyticsedge.com/2014/12/removing-referral-spam-google-analytics/ (I have no affiliation with this site.) The fastest way is to create a "valid hostname filter". This a filter that is configured to accept traffic from only valid domains that you specify. The advantage of ...



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