Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Filter Google Analytics by Geo Location such as United States Only

We run Analytics for companies that only operate in the US, so when I see 51 hits from Russia it is worthless to my customers. The answer is to filter their results so we can really understand their web traffic.

Here is how I set it up.

  1. Go into the Analytics account and click on the “Admin” tab at the top, and select “Filters” under the “View” section.
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  2. Click “Add Filter”.
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  3. Hit the “Custom” button, check “Exclude”, and the “Select Field”.
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  4. Scroll down and select “Country”.
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  5. Then type in “United States”, click “Save”.
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You’re done!

I hope this helps someone else out there…

 

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