May
8
2012

How To Exclude Your Own Hits From Google Analytics

thekencook.com – most websites are so small even a few hits from the webmaster or blogger can greatly skew the Google analytics reports. If you access your site from multiple locations you’ll need to filter them all. This video tutorial shows how to create a filter in Google analytics and filter out your own activity using your IP address.

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  • Very good tutorial. Can you tell me if there is a way to similarly exclude my home (or company) IP address from YouTube Analytics (as opposed to Google Analytics)? Thanks in advance.

  • thanks - glad I could help.

  • I spent an hour this morning trying to figure this out based on Google’s videos and forums. Your video showed me exactly where to go (which was my problem) Thank You!