How to Disable Own Page Views (Blogger) in Google Analytics?

Are you getting 2K+ visitors daily on your blog from the starting? Wait Wait… Are they not your own page views? Your sure it's 100% Organic page views? Today We will discuss about topic How to Disable Own Page Views in Google Analytics.

How to Disable Own Page Views (Blogger) in Google Analytics?

Basically, Google Analytics is a Superb free tool for web and apps developers to monitor all the stats Visitor. But the problem is this tool doesn’t understand to do not add me means the owner/developer in its tracking list and tracks you with others persons.

You may face this problem at least once when from when you have started your first blog website. It’s very common that Google Analytics counts your own page views with others visitor. And at the end of the day, we think “Yeah! I got 2K visitor on my website today”. But actually, it is not because the Google Analytics tool has counted your own views also. If you exclude your page views the number of visitors will be too low in your stating days.

But before going ahead let me know how many times your check your Analytics to view the daily users’ report of your website — I’m sure it’s must be once or more than once in a day and that's not regularly.

So, let’s get started on this topic and Learn How to Disable Own Page Views on Blogger in Google Analytics?

Why Google Analytics Tracks your Page Views?

I have already told you that it’s a tool and by default, it doesn’t understand to don’t count the stats of the website owner/developer. That’s why Google analytics shows your page views as “Direct Visit” in the traffic source tab. There may be other reasons for a direct visit but most probably it’s the one and only point.

Now here I will explain how to disable it in 2 different methods. It will be work for all website users including Blogger, Wordpress etc.

How to Disable Own Page Views in Google Analytics?

Here is how you can do that easily disable own Page! we provide 2 simple method for disable own Page views in Google analytics.

  • Using Browser Extension – Block Yourself from Analytics
  • Using Google Analytics Filter

Using Browser Extension – Block Yourself from Analytics

Like Grammarly, SimilarWeb, etc there is also a browser extension on Chrome Web Store which is popular as – Block Yourself from Analytics.Block Yourself from Analytics

You will just need to add it to your browser. Then click on the extension icon and enter the website URL which you do want to exclude from Google Analytics Tracking. Hit the Save button then.

Block Yourself From Analytics Extension Option

It’s as easy as that. But keep in mind this method only will only work from the browser where you have installed the extension.

Using Google Analytics Filter Settings

In this method, We have to filter us from the list of visitors. then GA will exclude me from counting. To do this just Login to your Google Analytics Account > Admin > All filters.

Now there will be a button called +Add Filter, then Choose Predefined Filter type and then Exclude then traffic from the IP addresses, that are equal to and paste your IP in the below box. Don’t know your IP, click here to know your IP

Google Analytics Filter Settings

You will be able to see the views in Available Views box, select and click on add to move that to Selected Views.

Finally hit the Save button to make the change. That’s all. Now GA will not show you any data from the particular IP address.

Conclusion:

These are ways to prevent yourself from being tracked by your own Page views or Analytics stats. if you want you can use any method mention above to do this. I’m using the Second method on PixelTech

But just use only one not all.

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Okay, and then let me know in the comment box, is it worked?



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