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For filtering out Ashburn's visitors, create a new segment with that browser and city as negative parameters. So it would be an "all visitors except these" segment. Then activate it in your reports.

But I think you should do more research before doing that.

Do you think all the hits from Ashburn are spammy? Try to add second dimensions to Location report. Look at source/medium, referral, hours, and organic search keyword (lot of times spammer bots access to your site with spammy keywords). Look at your server logs. There's a chance you can isolate that spammer bot and then filter it out in a cleaner way.

Look also at these two threads: http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/76384/how-to-block-google-analytics-spam-from-hulfingtonpost-com/76390How to block google analytics spam from hulfingtonpost.com? http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/75909/how-to-fight-off-referrer-spammers/75914#75914How to fight off Google Analytics referrer spammers?

For filtering out Ashburn's visitors, create a new segment with that browser and city as negative parameters. So it would be an "all visitors except these" segment. Then activate it in your reports.

But I think you should do more research before doing that.

Do you think all the hits from Ashburn are spammy? Try to add second dimensions to Location report. Look at source/medium, referral, hours, and organic search keyword (lot of times spammer bots access to your site with spammy keywords). Look at your server logs. There's a chance you can isolate that spammer bot and then filter it out in a cleaner way.

Look also at these two threads: http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/76384/how-to-block-google-analytics-spam-from-hulfingtonpost-com/76390 http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/75909/how-to-fight-off-referrer-spammers/75914#75914

For filtering out Ashburn's visitors, create a new segment with that browser and city as negative parameters. So it would be an "all visitors except these" segment. Then activate it in your reports.

But I think you should do more research before doing that.

Do you think all the hits from Ashburn are spammy? Try to add second dimensions to Location report. Look at source/medium, referral, hours, and organic search keyword (lot of times spammer bots access to your site with spammy keywords). Look at your server logs. There's a chance you can isolate that spammer bot and then filter it out in a cleaner way.

Look also at these two threads: How to block google analytics spam from hulfingtonpost.com? How to fight off Google Analytics referrer spammers?

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For filtering out Ashburn's visitors, create a new segment with that browser and city as negative parameters. So it would be an "all visitors except these" segment. Then activate it in your reports.

But I think you should do more research before doing that.

Do you think all the hits from Ashburn are spammy? Try to add second dimensions to Location report. Look at source/medium, referral, hours, and organic search keyword (lot of times spammer bots access to your site with spammy keywords). Look at your server logs. There's a chance you can isolate that spammer bot and then filter it out in a cleaner way.

Look also at these two threads: http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/76384/how-to-block-google-analytics-spam-from-hulfingtonpost-com/76390 http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/75909/how-to-fight-off-referrer-spammers/75914#75914