|09-22-2011, 10:20 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2011
There are a couple of ways to do that. If you have a static IP (your IP doesn't change every now and then but is always the same) it's very simple as all you have to do is create a filter in google analytics. However if your IP is not static you would have to create a cookie to exclude your own visits (not as hard as it sounds).
This page tells you what you need to do in order to use either of the methods above: How do I exclude my internal traffic from reports? - Analytics Help
If you use firefox there is an alternative. You can install an add-on that prevents google analytics from receiving any data from you. No matter what site you visit yo will be invisible for the analytics software. You should use this as a last resort though.
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