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in Google Analytics - 05 Mar, 2014
by Nilesh Shirke - no comments
How to Exclude Internal Traffic from Google Analytics

Google analytics now almost used for every website across the globe for analyzing your website traffic source but if you wish to track exact numbers of visitors for your website then you must exclude your internal traffic source. Your organization employees accessing your website regularly then you must exclude their IP address using Google analytics custom filters.

Follow following steps to exclude internal IP address:

Step 1: Log in to your Google analytic account then click on Admin tab at the top.

Step 2: Then click on Filters to open custom filters section

(See attached screenshot for your reference)

Google Analytics Custom FiltersStep 3: Create new filter for excluding your internal IP addresses and assign name to filter e.g. Office IP, Home IP

Step 4: Select Predefined filter type

Step 5: Select Exclude option, traffic from the IP addresses option and that are equal to option

Step 6: Enter your IP address e.g. 75.218.15.16 (Check IPv6, If you are using IPv6 IP address. For more information on IPv6 click here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPv6)

Step 7: Click on Save button

(See attached screenshot for your reference)

Custom Filters

Now you have exclude your internal IP addresses successfully after that visits will be start excluding from your internal IP addresses. You can add as many filters you want, there no limit on adding IP filters..

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