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Take a look at https://www.searchviu.com/en/spam-traffic-google-analytics/. This is a good article on setting up GTM with additional parameters so that the only hits that show up in Analytics are genuine hits. The process basically identifies "all hits that you control and exclude all other hits, that do not carry this identification" by adding an ...


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All the above didn't work for me... What did do the job is to remove the property from search console and re-add it again as a URL Prefix, so: goto GSC -> Settings -> REMOVE PROPERTY re-add property as URL Prefix goto GA -> property settings -> Search Console -> Adjust Search Console You will see your property there, just choose it... Done


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Only ? indicates a query parameter; adding f to the exclusion list would remove ?f=... parts of a URL but won't affect /f/.... You should be able to do this with a filter, though. Add a new filter of type Custom > Search and Replace, using the field Request URI and the search string /f/.*. Filters are destructive, meaning they permanently alter your data ...


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The formula for average session duration is: Avg Session Duration = sum(Session Duration) / Sessions In other words, you add up the length of all the sessions and then divide by number of sessions. I don't think there is any way to calculate this manually in Google Analytics because Google analytics doesn't provide a list of sessions to you along with the ...


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You can get this information from a segment. Add a new segment and use the Conditions tab of the segment builder to create it. You can create an OR condition for your two conversion events, so that anyone who converts on at least one of them will count. I have set the segment to filter Users instead of Sessions, but for your purpose it doesn't actually ...


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As @StephenOstermiller points out, this is likely spam traffic which doesn't ever come anywhere near your website. People are simply sending data to Analytics using your tracking ID. The idea is that you become interested in what this traffic is and look at the referrer or hostname of it. Google has been doing better at blocking some of this traffic over the ...


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If the sites are all using either HTTP or HTTPS - meaning you do not have https://example.com and http://example.net, but either http://example.com + http://example.net + http://example.org - or https://example.com + https://example.net + https://example.org - Google Analytics should have this data under Acquisition > All Traffic > Referrals. Anyone ...


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The short answer is that since Channels and Traffic Type are different dimensions, they need not show the same data. Exactly why is partially dependent on your account setup. A longer answer - Default Channel Grouping is a categorization that can be edited per View, to change which source/medium values are in which channels, and to categorize traffic on ...


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