Thursday, July 18, 2013

How to Exclude Your Own Traffic in Google Analytics?

Exclude Your Own Traffic in Google Analytics

You can exclude your own traffic by making filters in the Google Analytics. You can create filters at the account level, and then apply them to one or more views.

Steps for Excluding Own IP Address Traffic in Google Analytics

Here is the simple and step by step guide for excluding internal traffic.

1. Select your website in Google Analytics.

2. Go to ‘Admin’ section by clicking ‘Admin’ tab (near to help)

3. Click on the website as shown in the below image.

4. Click on ‘Filers’ as mentioned in the image.

5. After clicking on the Filters you have to click on ‘+ New Filter’ (Here you can make new filters)

6. After clicking ‘+ New Filter’ You will get

Add Filter to Profile

Make Filter Name: For Example: Exclude Own Traffic

You can choose Predefined filter.

Select the option ‘traffic from the IP addresses’ and click on ‘Save’ button as shown below.

Filter Pattern:

For example, if the single IP address is, then enter 176\.168\.1\.1.

For example, if the range of IP addresses is and, then enter ^176\.168\.1\.([1-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-5])$|^10\.0\.0\.([1-9]|1[0-4])$

Remember to use regular expressions to enter an IP address.

Hope, these steps will clear your all doubts for excluding your own traffic. If you have any doubts then you can comment here!

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