New answers tagged spam-prevention
Nothing you do in Google Analytics can effect search performance. It is an analytics program that reports what has already happened. Your filtering referrer spam in analytics only effects the reports you see. Nothing more.
I understand your concern. Large ban lists are hard to manage and take quite a bit of time. As well, you may be banning users that can benefit from your content even if you believe that the user will not convert into sales, or other call to action. It is rarely recommended that whole countries be blocked. It is likely that your previous administrator felt ...
Take a look at your email server logs. You should see a message indicating that the client host has been blocked by a blacklist and that your IP has been banned. When you send the email you should also get a non delivery report back from Microsoft. If you are blocked by the blacklist you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your IP address ...
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